Underappreciated TV stars of 2010?
Thu, 10/28/2010 - 05:00 — Anonymous
- Employees Who Stand Out
BY STEVE SADOVE: It is foolish to underappreciate the value of liberal arts skills. It is bad for our country, bad for business and bad for those just starting in their careers.
- Visteon Breakup Opens Door for Unit Takeover: Real M&A
The $4.7 billion company is exploring options for splitting in two, including selling or spinning off its electronics business, people familiar with the matter said last week. For potential buyers interested in Visteon, a breakup may be preferable because it would let them bid directly on the faster-growing electronics division without having to take on its climate-control venture, said UBS AG ...
- Investors in Denial Over Coming Fed Rate Hikes
I'm talking about -- brace yourself -- a rise in interest rates from the Federal Reserve, something that hasn't happened since 2006, when Justin Timberlake was bringing sexy back on the airwaves, Apple (APPL) didn't yet sell an iPhone and President George W. Bush suffered a "thumpin'" in the mid-term elections as Democrats retook the House and Senate. As a result, the Fed is preparing to end its ...
- Visteon breakup would open door for electronics unit deal
Bloomberg News - For Visteon Corp. shareholders, a breakup of the auto parts supplier may unlock value in more ways than one. The $4.7 billion company is exploring options for splitting in two, including selling or spinning off its electronics business, people familiar with the matter said last week. For potential buyers interested in Visteon, a breakup may be preferable because it would let ...
- Fed Research Shows Investors Underestimate Path of Rate Rise
Low volatility across financial markets may signal investors are underestimating how quickly the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates, according to researchers at the San Francisco Fed.
- Dusty Coleman More Than Just a Gritty Shortstop
Every prospect in baseball is graded on five different tools using a scale of 20-80. The five tools for a position player are: hitting for power, for average, arm strength, fielding and speed. They do not have a grading scale for character, integrity, or leadership.
- Forex - Australian dollar shrugs off dip in consumer sentiment
Investing.com Investing.com The Australian dollar on Wednesday shrugged off a marked decline in September consumer sentiment shown in a bank survey, retaining earlier gains. In Australia, the Westpac MI Consumer Sentiment Index fell 4.6% to 94.0 in September, dipping
- Forex - Japanese yen reverses course after machinery orders, CGPI
Investing.com Investing.com The Japanese yen reversed course in Asia on Wednesday after data on machinery orders and corporate goods prices showed steady gains. In Japan, July machinery orders rose 3.5%, the second straight monthly increase, and the August CGPI
- Asian shares ease with Sydney down on consumer sentiment survey
Investing.com Investing.com Australia and Tokyo shares fell early Wednesday, tracking the U.S. overnight and with the dollar surrendering some gains. Australia's S&P ASX 200 was down 0.8%, after data showed consumer sentiment weakened sharply in September from August. The
- A look at labor
Looking for a little Labor Day trivia to liven up your barbecue conversations this weekend? Search no further than research centers at UC Irvine. Professors in computer science, social sciences and more have looked at different aspects of workers’ daily endeavors. Here are some examples.