Monday, August 9, 2010

Breaking News 09.08

The Haggler: Six Degrees of Anger Over Radiator Replacements
The owner of a 2006 Ford Explorer asks for help with a recurring problem.

Shortcuts: The Benefits of Volunteerism, if the Service Is Real
Even community service done simply to build a résumé for college can be a good thing, but there needs to be a connection between the work and the overall issue.

Pop-Tarts Brand Plants Its Times Square Flag
Pop-Tarts is joining brands like M&M’s and Hershey in Times Square, where the focus is often less about sales than marketing and visibility.

The Media Equation: New York Magazine’s Lessons for Harman and Newsweek
New York magazine was a success for Bruce Wasserstein, offering Sidney Harman a rough blueprint for reviving Newsweek.

Personal insolvencies fall by 3%
The number of people being declared insolvent has fallen in England and Wales for the first time since the end of 2007.

Bank keeps interest rates on hold
The Bank of England votes to keep interest rates on hold at 0.5% amid concerns over the strength of the economic recovery.

Tight Credit Turns Franchisers Into Lenders
National franchises have become lenders of last resort to maintain growth in a time of tight credit.

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Small-Business Lending Is Down, but Reasons Still Elude the Experts
The Fed chief said that stepped up lending to creditworthy businesses would bolster the recovery and reduce unemployment.

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