Ex-Anheuser female executive sues for gender bias
A former top female executive at Anheuser-Busch InBev NV has sued the world's largest brewer for gender bias, accusing it of paying women less than men while maintaining a frat party atmosphere. Read Full Article here.
Home prices in August up fourth straight month
U.S. home prices rose for the fourth straight month in August and shoppers spent more last week, providing evidence consumer demand could be stabilizing. Read Full Article here.
Obama's pay czar looking ahead to 2010
The Obama administration's pay czar, who sent shock waves through Wall Street by slashing compensation at seven bailed-out companies, says those moves were just the beginning. Read Full Article here.
Visa profit beats estimates
Visa Inc posted higher-than-expected quarterly earnings on Tuesday, as consumers used their debit cards more, and the company raised its dividend and authorized a share repurchase plan, sending shares up 1 percent. Read Full Article here.
Nokia-Apple row to last more than 1 year: InterDigital
A legal battle between Apple Inc and Nokia over patent infringement is likely to last for more than a year, said Bill Merritt, the head of mobile licensing firm InterDigital. Read Full Article here.
Intel CEO sees higher corporate PC spend in 2010
Intel Corp , the world's largest chipmaker, expects a rise in corporate spending on personal computers in 2010, Chief Executive Paul Otellini said on Tuesday. Read Full Article here.