Financial news on July 18, 2010

Business and Financial news
EADS Looks Outside Europe to Fuel Growth

The mood among major contractors is grim amid forecasts that austerity programs across Europe will force the region’s military budgets to shrink. Read more..

By NICOLA CLARK - The New York Times

Eduardo Sánchez Junco, Founder of Fawning Magazine, Is Dead at 67

Mr. Junco, Hello magazine’s founder and publisher, presided over his family’s multimillion-dollar publishing empire. Read more..

By MARGALIT FOX - The New York Times

Head for the Hills? No Way, He Says

Jeremy J. Siegel of the Wharton School says that “it’s exactly times like this” that investors should be poised to reap stock-market gains. Read more..

By JEFF SOMMER - The New York Times

Location in a Donizetti Opera

A first-time constructor, David Blake, provides some aids for treasure hunters. Read more..

By JIM HORNE - The New York Times

The Men Who Ended Goldman’s War

For Robert Khuzami of the S.E.C. and Gregory Palm of Goldman Sachs, it was one of the cases that can define a career. Each side is claiming a victory. Read more..

By LOUISE STORY - The New York Times

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