Financial Hub Logo Financial Hub
iPage site builder banner
30
It's likely at least a few high-profile CEO spots will open up in 2009. We asked top recruiters for a list of CEOs who could be called into the game.
30
Now that the inaugural balls are over, stylistas are pondering the symbolism behind Barack Obama's Hart Schaffner Marx tuxedo and Michelle Obama's Jason Wu gown. In techland, however, folks are focused on just one item: The BlackBerry.
30
Based on the hand he was dealt, Paul Otellini is actually doing a pretty good job.
30
Wells Fargo wants taxpayers to know their investment is already paying dividends...literally.
30
On Sept. 15 last year, Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis triumphantly unveiled his $50 billion deal to buy Merrill Lynch, an American icon. Lewis, 61, had coveted Merrill for years, and he planned nothing less than a cultural revolution. The steady, watch-the- nickels branch banker from Charlotte would impose commonsense discipline on the wounded bull, banishing the profligate practices he'd long reviled, especially inflated pay and the high-risk trading that had landed Merrill in so much trouble.
30
As consumers everywhere look to scale back their discretionary spending, many people are cutting corners in what could turn out to be the worst possible place - their drugs - and falling prey to a dangerous new breed of pharmaceutical counterfeiters. Thanks to a spiraling economy and the loss of health insurance that typically accompanies job loss (not to mention huge profits for perpetrators) the global market for knock-off drugs is expected to reach a staggering $75 billion next year, according to a recent report by The Center for Medicine in the Public Interest. The World Health Organizatio
Read More
n estimates that 10% of the global pharmaceutical supply is counterfeit, and the number is accelerating, especially in developing nations.
30
Does a brand identity really matter when people have turned away from shopping?
30
Warren Buffett is no critic of federal aid to the financial system. But the Berkshire Hathaway chief says the government's decision to provide low-cost credit to troubled firms is taking a hefty toll on his Clayton Homes housing finance business.
30
President Obama's "new era of responsibility" has already drawn criticism as a magician's math act: Add a trillion-dollar universal health care plan to a trillion-dollar (including interest) stimulus package to another quarter-trillion for bank bailouts to 7% average increases in domestic agency spending and -- voila! --the federal deficit drops by half in four years.
30
Read full story for latest details.
Join Our Newsletter:


What is Financial Hub?

Financial Hub is a unique web place where you can dig, publish, share financial information and news. Here you will learn how to earn, save, multiply, and spend money. Register at Financial Hub and you will get to know everything about money?

Latest Comments
Financial Hub News