Bernanke to defend his record and the Fed's
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke vowed before taking office to follow in the footsteps of his storied predecessor, Alan Greenspan, but he will likely distance himself from the past as he seeks a second term. Read Full Article Here.
Google offers publishers limit on free news access
Google is offering news publishers a way to attract paying subscribers without having to remove their content from Google News search results, after some media companies accused it of profiting from their online news. Read Full Article Here.
GM CEO departs in shakeup by board
General Motors Co's chief executive, Fritz Henderson, abruptly resigned on Tuesday, after the company's board decided it wanted to chart a new course for the restructuring automaker. Read Full Article Here.
Obama's commander says now has tools for Afghan war
The top U.S. battlefield commander said on Wednesday that President Barack Obama's 30,000-strong troop increase for the Afghan war would make a huge difference, as the White House prepared to sell the new strategy to Congress. Read Full Article Here.
Gold sets new record, risk appetite boosts shares
Gold scaled another all-time high above $1,200 an ounce on Wednesday, helped by a weaker dollar as it lost some of its safe-haven appeal due to upbeat U.S. home sales and renewed appetite for riskier assets. Read Full Article Here.
China lets foreigners set up limited partnerships
Foreign firms and individuals will be allowed to set up limited partnership firms in China from March 2010, a move that could make it easier for some overseas investors to tap the domestic market. Read Full Article Here.