Financial news on May 29, 2010
Business and Financial news
Caleb Madison starts right off with a surly bartender. Read more..
In European fashion houses, star designers are being supplanted with brand developers as part of a new postrecession strategy. Read more..
At Hearst Magazines, Mr. Anderson helped develop Country Living, Smart Money and others, and he edited The Ladies Home Journal at a tumultuous time. Read more..
Parents sometimes spend hundreds of dollars to treat their children for head lice, but there are some cost-effective remedies to consider first. Read more..
Mr. Sennheiser founded Sennheiser Electronic, a manufacturer of equipment used by recording engineers worldwide, and by vocalists like Pink and the Jonas Brothers. Read more..
A positive mood on Wall Street carried over into a solid rise in Asian stocks, making for a third day of gains despite nervousness about Europe’s debt. Read more..
Owners of apartment complexes in New York and San Francisco failed to replace rent-regulated residents with higher-paying tenants and fell into financial straits. Read more..
A Tuskegee Airman in World War II, Mr. Haysbert later led Park Sausage, one of the first minority-owned companies to go public, and advised political candidates. Read more..
Fitch cut Spain’s credit rating, saying that the country’s debt will probably weigh on the country’s growth. Read more..
The transmission factory supplies four Honda plants in China, all of which have been shut down because of the strike. Read more..