Financial news on October 06, 2007
Business and Financial news
After paying top dollar for an apartment, most buyers among the newly wealthy see the need for more work. Read more..
Barclays said that it did not garner enough support from ABN Amro shareholders for its takeover offer. Read more..
G.M. has agreed to spend up to $15 million over the next few years to establish an institute to develop strategies for national health care reform. Read more..
Frustration with the speed with which concert tickets sell out, only to be offered by resellers at a higher price, has led to several investigations by state attorneys general. Read more..
Job growth was much stronger this summer than the government had first estimated, making it less likely that the Fed will cut interest rates again later this month. Read more..
David C. Novak, the chief executive of Yum Brands, says he believes that sharing his mistakes is a good way to teach aspiring executives. Read more..
The United States government will not take action against the German company Bayer for unintentionally allowing genetically engineered rice to contaminate two commercial varieties of the grain. Read more..
There are new, if limited, signs of life in the credit markets that seemed to be dying only a few weeks ago. Read more..
The new heart stent from Medtronic Inc. has been assocated with more blood clots than a rival product has, federal regulators have concluded. Read more..
In a new model for California vintners, start-ups share supply and distribution but retain the independence of their individual labels. Read more..