Financial news on March 27th, 2010

Business and Financial news
British Airways Cabin Crews Are Set to Resume Walkout

Unite, which represents cabin crew members, said they would walk out for four days beginning this weekend after a three-day strike that ended Tuesday. Read more..

By NICOLA CLARK - The New York Times

Chrysler Offers Reinstatement to 86 Dealerships It Told to Close

The notifications came as nearly 400 former dealers prepared to fight Chrysler’s decisions through arbitration. Read more..

By NICK BUNKLEY - The New York Times

F.D.A. Says Millions Got Unapproved Heart Pills

About 80 percent of prescriptions for nitroglycerin are filled with unapproved, unvetted tablets, the agency said. Read more..

By NATASHA SINGER - The New York Times

Hefty Tax Break Spared in Health Care Bill

Health Savings Accounts provide a nice tax break, but investors first have to hurdle the restrictions. Read more..

By RON LIEBER - The New York Times

In Seoul, Green Transit Is Mayor’s Pet Project

The mayor of Seoul, Oh Se-hoon, is seeking to build a defining legacy for his mayoralty, and has sought to improve his city’s environment. Read more..

By CHOE SANG-HUN - The New York Times

Purging the Pharmacy of Unapproved Drugs

The F.D.A. is working its way through a decades-old backlog of unapproved drugs. Read more..

By NATASHA SINGER - The New York Times

Sales Fall at American Apparel

American Apparel said sales at its existing stores fell in the fourth quarter and will fall further this year. Read more..

By BLOOMBERG NEWS - The New York Times

Talent Agents a New Force in the Video Game Industry

With the $46 billion worldwide market in upheaval, agents are increasingly useful for finding people to complete complex titles, structuring deals or obtaining financing. Read more..

By BROOKS BARNES - The New York Times

U.S. Growth in 4th Quarter Revised Slightly Lower

In the latest revision, the economy grew at a 5.6 percent pace, slightly less than the previous estimate of 5.9 percent. Read more..

By JAVIER C. HERNANDEZ - The New York Times

Willpower, and Maybe a Camera, to Get Rid of Your Unused Junk

Grandma’s hutch? A souvenir from Mexico? Take a photo of the items before giving them away and think twice before buying or accepting items you’ll hardly ever use. Read more..

By ALINA TUGEND - The New York Times

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