Financial news on December 27, 2008
Business and Financial news
James S. Turley , chairman and chief executive of the auditing firm Ernst & Young, discusses the management of the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). Read more..
The maker of the wrinkle smoother Botox, won federal approval to sell the first prescription medicine to make eyelashes longer, darker and thicker. Read more..
With the cost of heating oil and natural gas prone to spikes, some are deciding coal is worth the trouble. Read more..
The era of easy credit has begun taking its toll on even the most sacred of borrowers, religious institutions. Read more..
Russia’s gas-export monopoly said that Ukraine was unconstructive in talks over a debt dispute that could lead to the second cutoff of fuel shipments in three years. Read more..
While many officials and business leaders want another $56 billion in additional spending, industry chiefs want a tax cut. Read more..
Older investors should check that their bond investments are what they thought they were -- and that they fit their tolerance for risk. Read more..
Financial stress can strengthen relationships, if it is dealt with. Read more..
Creating a custom chocolate bar, perfectly creamy and exactly to taste. Read more..
About 30 slaughterhouses in the U.S. were refused certification to export meat to Mexico, the Agriculture Department said, without giving a reason. Read more..