Financial news on March 31, 2007
Business and Financial news
Germany’s largest retailer will pay the heirs of a department store once owned by a Jewish family more than $100 million for the confiscation of what is now prime real estate in Berlin. Read more..
With many adjustable-rate mortgages about to reset at a higher rate, it is important to take action before the lender does. Read more..
Officials said the new policy could lead to duties on imports of Chinese steel, plastics, machinery and textiles. Read more..
The proxy contains a clawback provision with some bite. Intel can take back money it turns out an executive didn’t deserve. Read more..
J. Paul Sticht, the first outsider to lead R. J. Reynolds, led the company through a time of rapid diversification. Read more..
In the time it takes to read this sentence, you could be making big money in the markets. In theory. Read more..
Gasoline prices are surging again, but if drivers stop at a Burger King along the way, at least some of the food they eat will be from suppliers that treat their animals well. Read more..
Companies like Microsoft are filing lawsuits against outfits they say engage in a practice called “domain swiping.” Read more..
Being busy is part of our modern world, but there are some simple ways to wrestle back control. Read more..
A battle for Major League Baseball is a reminder that once upon a time, in an era we barely remember now, sports and television lived in harmony. Read more..