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Despite the worldwide credit squeeze, Indian companies are once again finding it easy to raise funds by relying on asset sales, an alphabet soup of financial instruments and even initial public offerings.
The Obama administration may have shot down additional spending on the F-22 fighter jet, but the battle to halt spending on programs the Pentagon does not want is far from over.
Microsoft and Yahoo finally strike a deal, but Google has little to fear.
A macroeconomic crisis and a very micro chain of events lead to the forfeiture of a San Francisco office tower.
The bigger the bubbles are, the bigger they burst. Just ask folks in Phoenix, where real estate prices are still falling by more than 30%.
Despite a 29% drop in quarterly profits, Microsoft shows no signs of pulling back from its emphasis on innovation, as evidenced by a series of recent initiatives that include a possible deal with Yahoo.
The New York Times posted a profit for the 2nd quarter, mostly because of cost cutting. But it also successfully increased subscription rates for its newspapers and is now considering imposing fees to access its content online.
The Chinese seem to be following that advice. Despite the downturn, publishing in China is one sector that seems to be on an upward trajectory.