Articles by Angelo Young
- Yahoo Japan Invests $20M To Promote US Startups In Japan
April 24 2013 3:10 PM
Yahoo Japan Corp. pitches in SoftBank Capital's efforts to expand venture capital efforts that attract U.S. investment.
- Will Chrysler Get Its Ticker Back?
April 24 2013 12:38 PM
The U.S. automaker was pulled from the stock exchange in 2007. Now, Fiat is reportedly considering an IPO.
- Yuan Rising? Australia Buys Chinese Bonds
April 24 2013 8:54 AM
Australia will hold 5 percent of its foreign reserves in yuan, becoming the third country to establish direct currency trade with China.
- TARP Watchdog: 'Too Big To Fail' Is Not Dead
April 24 2013 8:07 AM
The Troubled Asset Relief Program’s special inspector general warned that taxpayers are still on the hook for giant bank collapses.
- Mystery ‘Liu’ In Shanghai Paid $6.5M For A Bugatti: Report
April 23 2013 3:36 PM
Someone with a surname Liu reportedly paid $6.5 million for a Bugatti sports coupe at the Shanghai auto show.
- Boeing 787 Battery Fix - A Patience Builder
April 23 2013 10:52 AM
Boeing 787 batteries are getting 12 modifications, including one that takes five days per unit to fix.
- 2 Things To Consider About China’s Bubbly Real Estate Market
April 23 2013 9:01 AM
China's real estate market is probably overheating, but Chinese buyers generally pay cash and defaults are still rare.
- Tripoli Awakes To Car Bomb Blast Targeting French Embassy
April 23 2013 7:21 AM
Neighbor caught vehicle approaching on personal security camera. Several people in surrounding residences were injured.
- Weak Sales In Europe Expected To Hurt Ford's Q1 Earnings
April 23 2013 6:12 AM
American and Chinese car buyers are helping Ford partially offset losses in Europe, Latin America and India.
- What The US Likes, China Likes: Gas Guzzlers
April 22 2013 11:04 AM
Despite government efforts to get Chinese to drive alternative-fuel cars, the Chinese are embracing the biggest cars they can afford.
- US Offering New Way To Look At GDP
April 22 2013 8:52 AM
The federal government will soon consider “intangible assets” like creative royalties and research costs part of the country’s economic output.
- After China's Quake, Samsung 'Outgives' Apple
April 22 2013 7:57 AM
Samsung has been the most generous so far, followed by Apple; both have faced criticisms for labor practices of their suppliers.