Financial news on November 18, 2006
Business and Financial news
The investigation focuses on whether banks and financial firms conspired to rig bids for local government investment deals. Read more..
Harry Hurt III experiences embarrassment and primal fear as he gets ready to play quarterback with the pros. Read more..
The big three automakers got little in the way of immediate relief to address the long-term problems facing the U.S. auto industry. Read more..
The latest shopping Web sites and a cellphone have become indispensable tools for holiday shoppers. Read more..
Patent battles may keep Conor Medsystems’s stent from reaching the U.S. and could force it out of markets where it has already been approved. Read more..
More phone and cable companies promise high-speed Internet access, but how is a consumer to know? Read more..
Peter Wensberg raised Polaroid’s profile by promoting and broadening the distribution for its “instant camera.” Read more..
A legal confrontation is looming over Singapore’s purchase of the communications assets of Thailand’s deposed prime minister. Read more..
The Chinese automobile market still may not be big enough to support homegrown manufacturers and foreign automakers. Read more..
Universal filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against MySpace for allowing users to upload and download songs and music videos. Read more..