Financial news on December 16, 2006
Business and Financial news
An abundant supply of flu shots may still not reach everyone who needs them because of distribution delays. Read more..
The best may be to come, as some of the biggest airlines flirt with mergers that could permit them to cut costs and raise fares even further. Read more..
Hundreds of new alcoholic beverages are popping up to slake a growing thirst to sip more attractive and expensive liquor. Read more..
The latest report showed that inflation was following an arc that must give some relief to the Federal Reserve. Read more..
Nintendo said it was taking steps to keep energetic users of its Wii video game console from breaking their televisions and ceiling fans. Read more..
More people are finding unusual ways to enjoy their holidays without shopping themselves into a stupor. Read more..
“Buy organic, destroy the rainforest,” The Economist said last week, eliciting howls of protest from food-activist bloggers. Read more..
Gary Forsee, chief executive of Sprint-Nextel, spoke about efforts to right the company’s ship. Read more..
Kimberly Bishop spent 16 years at one job, and then, in midcareer, decided that it was time for a change. Read more..
Comair received bankruptcy court approval to cut wages for flight attendants and mechanics and end contributions to their pension plans. Read more..