There's still a widespread belief in the power of China's economy. In the Financial Times, Mauro Guillén, director of the Lauder Institute and professor of international management at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, argues that China's exporters can thrive even without US consumers regaining their appetite:
It seems that half the financial world is telling us to get ready for the "green shoots" to flower into an economic recovery, while the
Wall Street’s biggest swindler Bernie Madoff will be sentenced on Monday 29th of June by a New York based Federal judge.
President Obama has announced the most sweeping reorganization of financial-market supervision since the 1930s … touching almost every c
The US Supreme Court has cleared the way for the sale of Chrysler to Fiat, allowing the third biggest U.S.
The United States Supreme Court has delayed the sale of automaker Chrysler to the Italian car giant Fiat.
Is President Obama turning America into a socialist country? A number of the right wing pundits in the country seem to think so.
US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is due in China this weekend.
I spent Thursday covering the General Motors story again.