Financial news on September 09, 2006
Business and Financial news
After the 9/11 attacks, James J. Dunne III was thrust into a role he never expected and never prepared for — not just to lead the firm Sandler O’Neill, but to save it. Read more..
The news of Jean-Martin Folz’s early departure illustrated that Europe shares the same problems facing the U.S. auto industry. Read more..
When reaching the top means using fingernails, ropes, harnesses, a helmet and climbing shoes. Read more..
President Bush called Ford’s chairman to discuss company changes, days after it named a new chief executive. Read more..
Patricia C. Dunn will have to convince Hewlett-Packard’s board that she should not be dumped for the scandal rocking the company. Read more..
Corporate America was shook up as some chief executives were effectively fired and several boardroom bridesmaids were given their shot at the top. Read more..
Remote-monitoring systems will allow those with chronic health problems to have their conditions constantly monitored as they go about their daily lives. Read more..
The Principal Financial Group’s chief executive spoke about the recent pension reform law, defined benefits and wellness. Read more..
Why did Fox decide not to market the new film “Idiocracy” directed by “Beavis and Butt-head” creator Mike Judge? Read more..
Picking the right financial planner requires some homework and asking the right questions. Read more..