Financial news on December 15, 2007
Business and Financial news
A pick-up in prices will complicate efforts by the Federal Reserve as it tries to stave off a slowdown in economic growth. Read more..
Where does the money go? As I tallied up our family’s income and expenses for the year, I was baffled. Read more..
Mr. Ono was a senior operating officer at the Suzuki Motor Corporation who was considered a possible successor to his father-in-law, Osamu Suzuki, as chairman. Read more..
The person who spurred the government to action concerning the subprime mortgage mess was not Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson Jr. It was Sheila C. Bair. Read more..
From 2003 to 2005, the increase in incomes of the top 1 percent of Americans exceeded the total income of the poorest 20 percent of Americans. Read more..
The giant student lender whose $25 billion buyout has run aground said on Friday that its executive chairman would again take up the role of chief executive. Read more..
Most small retailers, which cannot afford either price cuts or expensive advertising, are doing something else this holiday season: making a virtue of their size. Read more..
If the entry fees for collecting contemporary art are relatively low, the financial returns can be of hedge fund proportions. Read more..
In part because CompUSA has been a large seller of Macs, the news last week that the electronics retailer plans to close its remaining stores early next year has drawn lots of attention online. Read more..