Financial news on November 20, 2010
Business and Financial news
The number of small-scale, artisan cheesemakers has boomed in recent years, but little or no formal training in food safety is required. Read more..
The slow recovery has prompted more rich Americans to diversify beyond their own borders, something well-off foreigners have long been doing. Read more..
China’s new bank rules could help maintain its currency advantage in the face of the Fed’s monetary easing. Read more..
Shipments of the minerals, which are vital to products ranging from smartphones to wind turbines, were halted in late September in the context of a diplomatic dispute. Read more..
The S.E.C. is considering making stock and insurance brokers put their customers’ interests first. Here’s why it should write that rule. Read more..
Research shows that employees who have experienced rude behavior tend to decrease their effort on the job. Read more..
India’s auditor said that $40 billion had been wasted in the awarding of wireless telecommunications spectrum licenses. Read more..
Judith Graves, a Florida woman, had sued the company, claiming that its osteoporosis drug, Fosamax, caused her jawbone to disintegrate. Read more..
Mr. Day’s stackable plastic chair is “a humble masterpiece,” the director of a design museum said. Read more..
Estrella Family Creamery’s battle is symbolic of a larger fight between small food producers and regulators. Read more..