Chrysler to proceed with bankruptcy: administration official


Archive for April, 2009

Chrysler to proceed with bankruptcy: administration official

WASHINGTON – Chrysler LLC will proceed with Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection now that talks with debtholders have broken down, an administration official said on Thursday. (3 hours ago)

Report: BofA’s Lewis May be Voted Out of Chairman Role

Report: BofA’s Lewis May be Voted Out of Chairman Role (3 hours ago)

FOXBusiness: Home Prices Tumble, but No Record

U.S. home prices fell 18.6% in February from a year earlier but the rapid pace of decline slowed, perhaps indicating the housing market may be nudging closer to a bottom, according to Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices released on Tuesday. (1 min to go)

J.p. Morgan Cuts Eps Outlook For Tyson, Smithfield

J.P. Morgan Cuts EPS Outlook For Tyson, Smithfield (58 mins ago)

Books help young consumers

Saddled with student loans and credit-card debt and addicted to $4 lattes, do young adults stand a financial chance? (3 hours ago)

Education on 401

It seems 401 plans are being hauled out by Congress for a public stoning. (3 hours ago)

Tesco banks on Oldham store

Oldham is to get one of the first of Tesco’s new bank branches next month when the multi-million superstore on Huddersfield Road reopens after rebuilding. (2 hours ago)

50-plus crowd turns up in droves at job fair

LOVELAND Wendell Brown cradled his gray felt hat in his arms as he moved to the front of the line. (1 hour ago)

Northern Trust’s Results Hit By Falling Stock Values

Northern Trust’s Results Hit By Falling Stock Values (4 mins to go)

Debt Settlers Offer Promises but Little Help

Debt settlement companies claim they help both creditor and consumer by bridging the abyss between them, but the firms often manage to please no one. (13 mins ago)