Financial news on August 19, 2006
Business and Financial news
The Papa John’s International’s chief executive spoke about the pizza chain’s plans for even more growth. Read more..
Michael Dell defended his company and his actions in the wake of the industry’s largest safety-related recall, lower earnings and looming accounting questions. Read more..
The Chinese government is trying to choke off a binge in speculative lending and investment in the country. Read more..
Investment advisers urge caution before buying security stocks, saying it is tough to succeed in the industry, no matter how dangerous the world. Read more..
The production cuts are the latest indication of just how difficult it will be for the Detroit companies to rejuvenate themselves. Read more..
Microsoft nearly doubled its stock buyback to $36 billion after an initial invitation to sell failed to generate enough interest. Read more..
The case against Pirate Bay, the most hunted digital-piracy outfit in the world, may hinge partly on politics and public opinion in Sweden. Read more..
A deal will allow Frank Quattrone, who became a symbol of Wall Street greed, to resume a career in finance. Read more..
The antivirus software company received a subpoena from a federal grand jury related to the firing of its former general counsel over stock option grants. Read more..
Nobody likes receiving negative feedback from the boss but you can use it to your advantage. Read more..