It may have been the day after the eurozone's
bailout fund was downgraded by a major credit rating agency, but
Tuesday turned out to be mostly business as usual. The fund auctioned off 1.5 billion euros in six-month bills, encountering "very strong demand."
Auto-related companies are geared up for Super Bowl XLVI, collectively buying about a third of the in-game commercial time.
With the country caught up in its yearly "Girl Scout Cookie fever," it's a great time to look at the program, which helps shape young women into the leaders of tomorrow, and the chief executive currently guiding the Girl Scouts of the USA: Anna Maria Chavez. The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) today announced it would honor Anna Maria Chavez with its 2012 Chairman's Award.
Pinterest, a virtual pinboard, lands among the top 10 most visited social media sites in 2011.
With big majorities telling pollsters that they believe Barack Obama's first term has pointed America decisively in the wrong direction, advocates of his re-election must promise the public that another four years would represent a dramatic improvement.
When state officials ended their tax war with Amazon.com last fall, the giant Internet retailer promised to bring 10,000 jobs to California.
The nation's biggest banks have started reporting their earnings, and few will
be scrutinized more than Bank of America Corp., which has drawn notice lately
for its climbing stock price and continued challenges.