Financial news on July 21, 2007
Business and Financial news
Who is killing the Doha round of international trade talks? These days, it seems like everyone is guilty. Read more..
Although several of the nation’s biggest banks reported some of their best results ever this week, investors are worried about tougher times ahead. Read more..
The technology-business blog GigaOm is launching a new blog to cover the burgeoning green technologies business. Read more..
Explore the personal libraries of successful chief executives and discover what makes them think, not compete. Read more..
Seeking to cool China’s rapid growth rate, the People’s Bank of China announced Friday that it will raise interest rates to 6.84 percent, the highest level in eight years. Read more..
Chinese regulators said that the companies had exported mislabeled drug and tainted pet food ingredients. Read more..
Électricité de France, the French national electric utility, will team up with Constellation Energy to build and operate nuclear power plants in the U.S. and Canada. Read more..
Defying conventional wisdom, one mutual fund specializing in alternative energy is earning strong returns. Read more..
Three magazines look at issues of corporate governance and a professor wonders what would happen if humans disappeared from the earth. Read more..
The S.E.C.’s list of companies doing business in states that sponsor terrorism is being suspended after criticism from Capitol Hill. Read more..