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David Roberts, senior managing director of private equity firm Angelo, Gordon, tells how his firm is adapting to the market transformation.
The deals with Sony, Lions Gate, MGM and others announced by Google yesterday to bring thousands of mainstream TV programs and movies to YouTube promises to further blur the line between the world of computers and television.It may also help Google to mkake some money from its YouTube acquisition.
Obama’s plan to spend $8 billion of stimulus package money on high-speed rail is overdue, according to a Wharton faculty member who focuses on transportation systems.
Last month, India’s Tata Motors introduced the world’s least expensive car: the Tata Nano, priced at around $2,400. Indian consumers are lining up to buy the vehicle, and the company has indicated that a U.S. edition isn’t out of the question. Is the time right for American consumers to embrace a new kind of auto?
Is China losing its competitive advantage? A survey says: Yes.
The on-again, off-again talks between Microsoft and Yahoo towards some kind of linkup are back in the conference room.
Wharton finance professor Jeremy J. Siegel said recently that an early sign of economic recovery will be a decline in first-time unemployment claims. The Labor Department reported a decline yesterday.
Toyota may reorganize its U.S. operations, The Wall Street Journal reports. Such a change could signal that quality issues at American plants need to be addressed, says a Wharton professor.