Financial news on June 23, 2007
Business and Financial news
A hedge fund’s near collapse stems directly from bad bets on subprime mortgages and is the biggest such bailout since 1998. Read more..
Leading Democrats introduced legislation that would more than double taxes on most of the income earned by partnerships. Read more..
A vote is anticipated next week on the pact, which will help the auto supplier emerge from bankruptcy protection by cutting wages and benefits. Read more..
The Enterprise 2.0 bandwagon seems well underway, with the latest sign being a well-sponsored and well-attended three-day conference in Boston this week. Andrew McAfee, an associate professor at the Harvard business school, is credited with coining the term Enterprise 2.0. And the notion is that the Web 2.0 technologies of collaboration and communication — wikis, […] Read more..
A kitchen, known by the Spanish name La Cocina, is a shared-use space created two years ago to provide a platform for women entrepreneurs without assets. Read more..
David E. I. Pyott, president and chief executive of Allergan, discussed the company’s recent developments. Read more..
Some of the programmers who wrote applications for Facebook are finding their popularity is costly. Perhaps advertising can help. Read more..
Nobody has done more than Lawrence Lessig to help people understand the effects of technology on the laws governing intellectual property. Read more..
Between the endless security lines, crowded planes and ever-increasing flight delays, air travel has never seemed more difficult. Read more..
An investment banking firm proposed recapitalizing Bell Canada as an alternative to the three competing privatization offers and one takeover bid for the company. Read more..