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What companies do in a tough economy. NEW YORK – A burrito company known for super-sized stuffed tortillas goes small. A chocolatier turns to cheaper pick-me-ups rather than expensive indulgences. A furniture retailer expands in the midst of the housing market bust. Three businesses with three different stories, yet one unmistakable conclusion. For all the
C’s loss cost Boston serious green By Edward Mason | Friday, July 16, 2010 | http://www.bostonherald.com Photo by Kelvin Ma A victory celebration that never happened cost the cash-strapped city nearly $450,000 in police overtime as an army of cops hit the streets to control expected crowds of Boston Celtics [team stats] fans during the NBA Finals. The
Boston Business Journal – July 17, 2010 /boston/stories/2010/07/12/daily33.html Saturday, July 17, 2010, 12:01am EDT Article Courtesy of: Boston Business Journal VC showing signs of recovery Boston Business Journal – by Galen Moore Industry tracker Dow Jones Venturesource hailed a return to pre-recession levels in venture capital investing in the second quarter of 2010, but when
Fancy a $675,000 penalty for illegally downloading 30 songs off the Internet? That was the kind of music Boston University graduate student Joel Tenenbaum was ready to face following a July 2009 verdict that found him liable for sharing 30 copyright-protected songs on the popular Kazaa P2P network.
10 Brands That May Disappear in 2011 by Douglas A. McIntyre provided by 24/7 Wall St. has created a new list of brands that may disappear, which includes Readers Digest, Kia Motors, Dollar Thrifty (NYSE: DTG – News), Zale (NYSE: ZLC – News), Blockbuster (BLOKA.PK – News), T-Mobile, BP Plc (NYSE: BP – News), RadioShack
U.S. Banks Risk ‘Untold Problem’ as Muni Debt Swells By Dakin Campbell (Bloomberg) — Citigroup Inc., State Street Corp. and U.S. Bancorp are among U.S. banks whose municipal bond holdings have reached a 25-year high just as state budget deficits swell to $140 billion, the most since the start of the recession. Commercial lenders added