The mortgage-bond market that David Tesher had described as “a wildly spinning top” was about to tumble when he convened a meeting at Standard & Poor’s Water Street headquarters in New York in March 2007.
Governor Chris Christie said he’s creating a program in the New Jersey comptroller’s office to assure transparency in funding for Hurricane Sandy recovery, as Democrats question the award of a debris-removal contract.
Distributors for Toyota Motor Corp. , the world’s largest automaker, recalled more than 424,000 vehicles because labels detailing the load-carrying capacity of tires were missing or less accurate than required.
Seattle city planner Alan Justad is reviewing a project that will bring back the cranes, dust and noise absent since the real estate bust . This one will subtract from the skyline rather than add to it.
Two studies of Roche Holding AG’s Avastin show the tumor-fighting drug may help early-stage breast cancer patients, though the results may not show enough of a benefit to change the way doctors treat the disease.
A U.S. unit of Robert Bosch GmbH, the German auto-parts maker, won a ruling from a jury today that rival Pylon Manufacturing Corp. infringed one of its valid patents for high-performance windshield wipers.
A former paralegal told Florida investigators that workers at a law firm that processed foreclosures signed paperwork without reading it, misdated records and skirted rules protecting homeowners in the military.