Financial news on September 19, 2010

Business and Financial news
Gene Case, Who Marketed After-Shave and Politicians, Is Dead at 72

Mr. Case, who marketed Lyndon B. Johnson and Tums, worked in advertising from the age of “Mad Men” to the age of Obama. Read more..

By BRUCE WEBER - The New York Times

John Goeken, Who Led MCI and Splintered AT&T, Is Dead at 80

Mr. Goeken was a tenacious entrepreneur who founded the long-distance carrier that changed the shape of the nation’s telephone industry by challenging the monopoly of AT&T. Read more..

By GRAHAM BOWLEY - The New York Times

Toyota Settles Over California Deaths

The family died in a 2009 crash that had been documented in a 911 call and drew nationwide attention. Read more..

By NICK BUNKLEY - The New York Times

Wall Street’s Profit Engines Slow Down

Inside the great investment houses on Wall Street, business has taken a surprising turn this summer — downward. Read more..

By NELSON D. SCHWARTZ - The New York Times

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