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Business news for Mon, 31 Dec 2007. 756 news.

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Newsvine - business - Wire
EU newcomers Cyprus and Malta adopted the euro Tuesday, bringing to fifteen the number of countries using the currency with increasing clout over the slumping U.S. dollar.
MarketWatch.com - Top Stories
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Choppy markets will likely remain the norm at least through the first half of 2008 as investors weigh the potential of a U.S. recession against what is hoped to be resilient global growth, analysts and strategists say.
Yahoo! News: Stock Markets News
Reuters - Stocks fell on Monday, but the market managed to make a modest advance in 2007 after gains in energy and technology offset the dramatic sell-off in financials from the mortgage market meltdown.
NEWS.com.au | Business | Top Stories
MERRILL Lynch is in talks with Chinese and Middle Eastern sovereign wealth funds that could lead to the sale of another big stake in the US bank, British newspaper The Observer reported, citing sources in London and New York.
NEWS.com.au | Business | Breaking News
DEFAULTS on privately insured US mortgages rose 34.7 per cent in November to the highest level on record, reflecting the inability of a growing number of homeowners to keep current on their loan payments.
NEWS.com.au | Business | Breaking News
US stocks fell on Monday, but the market managed to make a modest advance in 2007 after gains in energy and technology offset the dramatic sell-off in financials from the mortgage market meltdown.
The Seattle Times: Business, Technology
It's no secret that Americans change jobs and move often, but let's crunch some numbers: About 39 million Americans moved in 2006, 14 percent of the population...
WSJ.com: Markets
The NYSE announced "circuit-breaker" trigger levels, which halt trading for certain large market declines, for the first quarter of 2008.
NEWS.com.au | Business | Breaking News
BOEING was awarded a follow-on contract valued at a total of $US1.3 billion ($1.49 billion) over five years to supply additional improvements to the C-17 weapon system, the US Pentagon said today.
SacBee -- AP State Business News
Robin Williams will be David Letterman's first guest upon the return of his "Late Show" on CBS Wednesday, while NBC's writer-less "Tonight" show welcomes GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee.
CNET News.com - Business Tech
There is no one right answer and a number of issues should be considered.
chicagotribune.com - Business
Software provider SPSS Inc. disclosed in a Monday regulatory filing that its chairman and co-founder is claiming ownership of the Chicago company's name, and has offered to sell the trademark to SPSS for $20 million.
Newsvine - business - Vine
Just how pervasive has branding become? Certainly, there exists no advertising campaign powerful enough to make us spend against our will, but there are plenty that persuade us to queue overnight for new products, to spend more money than we earn, to buy new versions of things th …
ChicagoBusiness.com -- Breaking News
(AP) -- A colored ice wall and an ice painting you can skate on will be installed in Chicago's Millennium Park as part of a new winter celebration in February. Rendering provided by Chicago Office of Tourism The "Museum of Modern Ice" installation will be on view Feb. 1-29. Both works will be ...
Newsday.com - Business
The year just past was not a good one for the stocks of Long Island's publicly-traded companies, which fell 11.5 percent overall, pulled down mostly by two companies involved in the mortgage industry crisis.
USATODAY.com Money - Top Stories
Oil prices headed slightly lower Monday, marking a quiet end to a record-breaking year, although rising demand and geopolitical ...
Barron's This Week Magazine
Barron's This Week Magazine
The home builder's head of investor relations sold stock at a $300,000 loss.
azcentral.com | business
Wall Street ended a painful year with another steep loss Monday as investors glumly anticipated that 2008 would bring more of the uncertainty and turbulence of 2007.
USATODAY.com Money - Top Stories
Funds dedicated to growth companies had surprisingly solid gains for 2007, withstanding market turbulence that usually pummels ...