Financial news on January 24, 2009
Business and Financial news
To avoid downsizing as the economy declines, law firms are migrating to where creditors fight over corporate remains. Read more..
As Britain officially falls into recession, unemployment in Spain hits an eight-year high. Read more..
Interest rates are falling, but many potential borrowers may not qualify for the best rates. Read more..
While the middle years of the Bush term were mostly positive, it began and ended with recessions. Read more..
Dealing with banks’ bad assets should be high on the list now. So how do we go about it? Read more..
The mixed fourth-quarter performance is unlikely to resolve the uncertainty about the outlook for the giant industrial and finance conglomerate. Read more..
The major indexes finished about 2 percent lower for the week, their third week of losses. Read more..
In a year when the sins of a few are being paid for by many, it is appropriate for people at all income levels to adopt some survival techniques. Read more..
An executive pitched in at the Four Seasons for a historic day in Washington. Read more..
First Centennial Bank of Redlands, Calif., was seized by a state regulator, the third bank in the nation to fail this year. Read more..