Financial news on March 17, 2007
Business and Financial news
Barbara S. Peterson, Condé Nast Traveler’s aviation expert, worked for two months undercover as a screener. Read more..
The Blackstone Group is preparing for an initial public offering that could value the firm at more than $30 billion. Read more..
The problem for both Google and Viacom is that copyright law is filled with compromises and ambiguity. Read more..
The former business partner of Conrad M. Black settled a case over funds that regulators say were fraudulently diverted from Hollinger International. Read more..
Disney concluded an internal investigation and cleared Steven P. Jobs of any misconduct in issuing backdated stock options at Pixar. Read more..
Carlos Ghosn will give up North American operations and focus on the revamping under way at Nissan and Renault. Read more..
Socially responsible investing can mean pursuing psychic as well as financial rewards. Read more..
A debate grows about the percentage of income to set aside for a retirement that includes drinks with umbrellas. Read more..
Emerging markets have avoided much greater falls than Western markets have had, a display of maturity that would have been unimaginable a decade ago. Read more..
Wal-Mart abruptly withdrew its application to obtain a special banking charter after a firestorm of criticism. Read more..