Borders Shareholders Ok Warrants Issuance To Lebow

Archive for September, 2010

Borders Shareholders Ok Warrants Issuance To Lebow

Borders Shareholders OK Warrants Issuance To LeBow (1 hour ago)

Dublin to pump up to 3 bln euros into Allied Irish -FT

Dublin to pump up to 3 bln euros into Allied Irish -FT (34 mins ago)

Standard Micro 2Q Earnings Beat the Street, 3Q View Disappoints

Standard Microsystems posted better-than-expected fiscal second-quarter earnings, but gave third-quarter guidance that disappointed the Street. (14 mins ago)

Benefit of higher credit score dwindles at top end

By EILEEN AJ CONNELLY AP Personal Finance Writer NEW YORK – (32 mins ago)

US stocks eye strong September finish

US stock investors will head into this week wondering if September will end as strongly as it began for the market, with manufacturing and personal income data among the top indicators on tap. (4 hours ago)

Money myths may be costing you

Consumers go about their daily lives believing certain things about money and repeating conventional wisdom that just isn’t true and it could be costing them. (6 mins ago)

Personal Finance Daily: If only companies would order up some workers

The recession ended more than a year ago, we learned this week, but it sure won’t feel like it’s over until companies start hiring. (36 secs ago)

Saba Software Records 1Q Loss on Higher Expenses

Saba Software said Thursday higher subscriptions and new customers could not offset widened expenses, causing it to post a loss over a profit last year. (42 mins ago)

Get advice on paying student loans

College students run up an average debt of about $20,000 over four years. Paying it back isn’t easy. Look at these sites for tips on reworking loan terms, or recovering from a loan default. (27 mins ago)

Adobe 3Q Beats but 4Q Sales View Disappoints

Adobe’s third-quarter results topped the Street, but the design software company’s fourth-quarter sales forecast came in just below expectations and the shares fell. (20 mins ago)