A group of 45 doctors, insurers and policy makers frustrated by the current state of health care are set to graduate tomorrow from a first-of-a-kind program at Dartmouth College designed to help them improve patient care.
Google Ireland is not a branch office of the U.S.-based search giant Google Inc. It’s a separate corporation, and American tax collectors can’t touch a dime that Google Ireland earns from its core business until it sends profits back home to the mother ship in Mountain View, California.
Henry Kravis, the king of rough-and- tumble leveraged buyouts, picked up a phone at his home in Palm Beach, Florida, and called the chief executive officer of one of Spain’s biggest producers of building materials.
American International Group Inc. selected Peter Fisher, a former BlackRock Inc. executive and U.S. government official, to join the board of directors as the insurer prepares for increased federal oversight.
After making their founders billionaires, buyout specialists such as Carlyle Group and KKR & Co. are turning into asset managers that run hedge funds and strip malls as fresh capital and takeover targets become scarce.
Research In Motion Ltd.’s decline has die-hard BlackBerry fans harking back 15 years to the days when another fruit-themed company was losing market share, posting losses and spurring talk of its imminent demise.