Financial news on February 24, 2007
Business and Financial news
VMware is the early leader in a fast-growing market for virtual-machine software, putting it on a collision course with Microsoft. Read more..
Stephen M. Bennett, Intuit’s chief executive, discussed forays into online banking, health care expense-management software and tax software. Read more..
Webdenda. Read more..
A decision by MTV Networks to allow other Web sites to embed video clips from its own sites is drawing praise from users. Read more..
Why can’t the executives who are running companies involved in the leveraged buyout boom deliver the same success for their shareholders? Read more..
In an internal memorandum, Howard Schultz said that a drive for efficiency has led to a “watering down of the Starbucks experience.” Read more..
Now there are tools available online to safeguard against the theft of Social Security numbers. Read more..
The New York Times Company has nominated Daniel H. Cohen to its board after Cathy J. Sulzberger chose not to stand for re-election. Read more..
The former chief executive of Comverse Technology has formed a company in Namibia that will invest in construction, tourism and agriculture. Read more..
The death of a Quiznos franchise owner illustrates a growing sense of desperation and frustration toward the corporation. Read more..