Financial news on November 27, 2010
Business and Financial news
Gordon Murray, a Wall Street veteran, has brain cancer and a desire to show people a better way to invest. Read more..
Adding a dog or cat to the family can entail considerable costs for upkeep and health care. For a pony, the annual bill can be in five figures. Read more..
A new F.D.A. inspection shows that a division of Johnson & Johnson has not corrected its manufacturing problems. Read more..
Uncertainty surrounding the debt profile of Europe’s weaker members hurt markets in the United States as well as Europe. Read more..
Evidence is emerging on car lots that consumers are starting to feel more positive about General Motors since it shed government control. Read more..
BMG, which has been buying music publishers, will add 100,000 Chrysalis titles, including songs by Blondie, David Bowie and Michael Jackson. Read more..
With center-pivot irrigation, a Nebraska businessman helped transform the rural landscape into a patchwork of circular fields. His charity supports research into agricultural policy. Read more..
On this year’s Black Friday, retailers and analysts said they saw a surge in traffic at stores over last year. Read more..
Countrywide Financial’s stance on stated-income loans — better known as liar loans — depends on whether it’s being asked to buy those losers back or asking someone else to. Read more..
The Web addresses of several sites that posted unauthorized copies or aided in searches for downloadable films and music were seized by an arm of the Department of Homeland Security. Read more..