Financial news on March 19, 2011
Business and Financial news
Many Republicans fear Elizabeth Warren will run the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, fighting for consumers by cracking down on banks. Read more..
Homeowners are edging back into renovations, but having work done means paying attention to some basic safety concerns. Read more..
A cease-fire in Libya and global intervention to stabilize the Japanese yen send the major indexes up. Read more..
The company, which makes computer networking gear, will pay 6 cents a share on April 20. Read more..
The approval, which requires the new company to provide cheap broadband Internet access and computers to poor households, was the final regulatory hurdle for the deal. Read more..
An S.E.C. lawsuit accused the company of paying bribes from 1998 through 2009 to Chinese and South Korean officials. Read more..
Nissan, Honda and Toyota are all reviewing how they will get back to normal and make up for delays in deliveries overseas. Read more..
Pierre de Beaumont, gadgeteer and entrepreneur who founded retailer Brookstone from his farm, dies at age 95. Read more..
The agency governing Internet addresses on Friday approved the creation of a new red-light district on the Web, but the decision may not end years of fighting. Read more..
The company said a sophisticated intruder might have initiated a “broad attack” but did not provide additional information. Read more..