Financial news on September 15, 2007
Business and Financial news
A growing number of insurance companies are adding high windstorm damage deductibles to homeowner policies. Read more..
Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged,”a glorification of the right of individuals to live entirely for their own interest, influenced Alan Greenspan and others. Read more..
But a rival bid and continuing turbulence in financial markets left the outcome of the world’s biggest banking battle still uncertain. Read more..
Last year’s bankruptcy reforms could make the current credit squeeze even worse; the varieties of money laundering; and a warning to customer service managers. Read more..
A former consultant to ABC News has denied accusations that he fabricated interviews with American political figures for a French magazine. Read more..
The Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center has used its focus on rare or complex conditions to emerge as a national name in pediatric medicine, drawing patients from distant cities. Read more..
The Mexican Congress passed a comprehensive tax bill to raise corporate taxes on many companies, give back more money to the country’s cash-short oil monopoly and impose a gasoline tax. Read more..
In the digital age, it’s growing increasingly difficult to hide dirty secrets from former spouses in divorce cases. Read more..
As concerns about a possible recession increase, there are steps that investors can take to protect their portfolios. Read more..
Yahoo has started an invitation-only preview of a new social networking site, Yahoo Mash. It is quite an homage to Facebook, but it adds one significant new wrinkle: users can edit each other’s profiles, redecorating, changing information, and adding features. Read more..