Financial news on November 22, 2008
Business and Financial news
Barclays executive Roger Jenkins forged relationships with several Middle Eastern investors who put $8.6 billion into Barclays. Read more..
The move comes just as auto executives stirred controversy by traveling to Washington in private jets to lobby for a bailout. Read more..
The company said it had renegotiated terms of a $1.3 billion loan to stay in compliance with the conditions. Read more..
A new digital library of Europe’s cultural heritage crashed hours after it went online and will be out of operation for several weeks. Read more..
Reports that Timothy F. Geithner would lead the Treasury Department were seen as a sign of continuity to a new administration. Read more..
Specialists said the last big effort to help Detroit, the Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles, was not something to repeat. Read more..
Neal Goldberg, the chief executive of the Zale Corporation, spoke the company’s plans for the holiday season and beyond. Read more..
Prices in Canada fell by 1 percent on an unadjusted basis between September and October, the largest such decline in 49 years, Statistics Canada reported on Friday. Read more..
You are an unsecured creditor if you are in possession of a gift card. And you may be right to feel pretty insecure. Read more..
The film and television production company started three years ago by the brothers Harvey and Bob Weinstein has had a hit-and-miss record. Read more..