Financial news on September 06, 2014
Business and Financial news
The political columnist, author and guest blogger Matt Bai, like all of us, has an Achilles heel when it comes to solving. Read more..
James B Stewart Common Sense column notes that Trevor Burgess of Florida bank C1 Financial and Jason Grenfell-Gardner of drug maker IGI Laboratories are the only openly gay chief executives of publicly traded American corporations; holds that they represent generation that does not feel compelled to hide sexual orientation in the workplace. Read more..
Stock market gets a lift from cease-fire deal between Ukraine and Russian-backed separatists; investors turn to income-paying utility stocks after disappointing August 2014 jobs report, helping push Standard & Poor's 500-stock index to another nominal high. Read more..
Some documents that advisers suggest family members make available to each other. Read more..
Labor Dept reports that job growth slowed in August 2014 and overall unemployment rate dropped just slightly to 6.1 percent, raising concerns that United States economy may be sputtering. Read more..
Public health experts say hundreds of children under 16 continue to work in America’s tobacco fields, where they are exposed to harmful chemicals like nicotine. Read more..
T-Mobile files lawsuit against Huawei Technologies, accusing Chinese smartphone maker of stealing technology from T-Mobile's headquarters. Read more..
Mazda shows off it’s all-new 2016 MX-5 Miata at an enthusiast meet; Nascar holds last race before the Chase for the Championship. Read more..
Volvo sells out of its First Edition 2015 XC90 crossovers in 47 hours; Ford recalls 192,000 vehicles in China for fuel system defect. Read more..
Floyd Norris Off The Charts column holds that a big part of Europe's inflation problem and economic malaise is that consumer prices and labor costs among Germany and other eurozone countries are out of balance. Read more..