Financial news on September 29th, 2007
Business and Financial news
A software update to Apple’s iPhone on Friday disabled third-party applications and rendered iPhones that had been unlocked completely unusable. Read more..
Make sure you do your homework if you want to buy a foreclosed house. Read more..
An August rise in consumer spending and the cooling of a key inflation indicator raised hopes that the economy is still somewhat protected from turmoil in the housing market. Read more..
The death of an online music retailer, the legal tender trap and more. Read more..
After it took over 410 department stores, Macy’s tried to wean people off of coupons. Now the chain is backtracking. Read more..
Marsh & McLennan, the world’s largest insurance broker, won dismissal Friday of almost all of a customer lawsuit that accused the company of colluding with insurers to fix prices. Read more..
With more than 20 million toys manufactured in China recalled for lead paint and other hazards, more parents are looking carefully at what they buy. Read more..
Buying a property in default can be an inexpensive way to get a home, but it’s not for the shallow of checkbook or faint of heart. Read more..
As further details of the pact emerge, it is being seen as a win-win deal for the U.A.W. and General Motors. Read more..
After a tumultuous and brutal August, the stock market is within striking distance of the records it set in July. Read more..