Overhaul Leaves Rating Agencies Largely Untouched Under the Obama overhaul, services like Standard & Poor’s will continue to be paid by the companies whose securities they are evaluating.
Public Wary of Deficit, Economic Intervention Obama faces new concerns from the public about the budget deficit and U.S. intervention in the economy as he works to enact health and energy legislation, a WSJ/NBC News poll finds.
Microsoft, Google in App Clash Microsoft said Google’s new Apps Sync disables the search capabilities of Microsoft’s popular Outlook software.
Google Searches for Ways to Keep Big Ideas Google is revamping how it develops new products amid worries about losing its best people and promising ideas to start-ups.
Quattrone back in spotlight over Data Domain battle Silicon Valley’s former most prominent banker is back.
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