The New York Giants aren’t only hot, they’ve got good timing: avoiding a player this week some Las Vegas oddsmakers consider the most valuable in the National Football League when it comes to setting point spreads.
Egon Zehnder International, an executive search firm, is getting three times as many calls as last year at its Mumbai office from Indian companies seeking women for board positions, spurred by a new law.
Dale Chihuly has filled the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts with chandeliers, boats bearing flower stems and spheres and a forest of turquoise reeds. There’s also a remake of an early-1970s neon installation made with James Carpenter that looks like a lake of swans.
President Barack Obama urged thousands of college students at a campaign-style rally last night to “stay fired up” and help Democrats hold back a Republican surge in November’s congressional elections.
University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority, the school’s main medical teaching facility, is selling $262.7 million in revenue bonds, the biggest deal from an issuer in the state this year.
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President Narayana Kocherlakota, who has backed the Fed’s $85 billion in monthly bond buying, said the central bank’s outlook for inflation and unemployment calls for more accommodation.
Paul Ryan is under pressure to drop his support for revising U.S. immigration laws: His adversaries are running television attack ads against him and warning of a primary challenge to the Wisconsin Republican congressman.