Former New York Times publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger dies
Association and American Press Institute. He was a director of The Associated Press from 1975 to 1984. Sulzberger married Barbara Grant in 1948, and the couple had two children, Arthur Jr. and Karen. After a divorce in 1956, Sulzberger married Carol
Spain Banks Will Need Around €60billion In Capital
The recapitalization needs of Spanish banks amounted to €59.3 billion ($76.3 billion), according to results of independent stress tests the Bank of Spain and the Economics Ministry announced Friday.
How to opt out of pre-approved credit card offers
Although you may not be able to shut off the flow of direct-mail ads for credit cards entirely, you can narrow the stream.The Fair Credit Reporting Act lets insurers and creditors send unsolicited offers based on information they learn about consumers through credit reporting bureaus.
8 October festivals not to miss
Sundays) Admission: Free to get into the festival, prices for individual activities vary Santa Barbara Harbor & Seafood Festival Santa Barbara , Calif. This one-day festival coincides with lobster season, so you are sure to get the freshest
The Key to Retirement Success is Simple
Canella, senior lecturer in the Brandeis University International Business School in Waltham, Mass., for his insights. Questions for this interview were contributed by Barbara Whelehan, assistant managing editor for Bankrate.com.
Defense of Marriage Act before NY appeals court
has been struck down by a federal appeals court in Boston and five trial-level judges, including U.S. District Judge Barbara Jones in Manhattan. She ruled that the law intrudes upon the states' regulation of domestic relations. Her June decision
5 major rental car companies agree on recall plan
Sens. Charles Schumer of New York and Barbara Boxer of California say five major rental car companies have agreed to stop leasing and selling vehicles under safety recalls
Markets Await Moody's Review Of Spanish Debt
The Moody's Investors Service review of Spanish sovereign debt could come as soon as the close of Europe or U.S. markets Friday, say analysts.
Spain's Castilla-La Mancha To Ask For Aid: Report
The Spanish region of Castilla-La Mancha is planning to ask the government for 800 million euros ($1 billion) in aid money, Spanish state news agency EFE reported Thursday.