My Alerts: Mortgage NYT (13 articles)

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Alert Name: Mortgage NYT
June 2, 2009 Compiled: 12:53 AM

INTERNATIONAL / EUROPE

Swiss bankers in surprising numbers are seeking comfort in Italian cuisine.

BUSINESS / MEDIA & ADVERTISING

A new TV commercial combines patriotic images with some straight talk about G.M.’s failings.

BUSINESS / GLOBAL BUSINESS

Opel and the rest of G.M.’s European business escaped bankruptcy with help from Berlin and Magna International.

BUSINESS / ECONOMY

Consumers cut spending in April, although by less than expected, amid rising unemployment.

BUSINESS

The broader financial crisis certainly precipitated the demise of America’s largest carmaker, but it was not the ultimate cause.

BUSINESS

Life has become more complicated for the United Automobile Workers union, a sometime antagonist and now a major shareholder.

BUSINESS

A comprehensive regulatory plan for the financial industry is expected to go to Congress this summer.

BUSINESS

Judge Robert E. Gerber has made decisions that give the government reason to be optimistic in the General Motors bankruptcy case.

BUSINESS

Under the deal, the auto parts maker, which was once owned by General Motors, will sell most of its assets to Platinum Equity.

BUSINESS

Fritz Henderson, a relative unknown in corporate America, has only a few months to turn General Motors around.

BUSINESS

The Federal Reserve plans to announce next week an “initial set” of banks that can repay government support, and escape the restrictions that came with it.

BUSINESS

President Obama described the investment of more billions of taxpayer dollars in G.M. as necessary to avert a calamity that could hurt millions of people.

BUSINESS

The longer the government holds on to its stake in General Motors, the more the pressures will build to intervene in its business.

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