Business News Archive - July 14, 2008
By Russ Parsons They seem to be everywhere these days. Every time I turn around, there's another gleaming, stainless-steel gas grill. At my hardware store, of course, but they're even at my grocery store. It seems like you can't call yourself a cook unless you've got a grill.
By Jack Markowitz The "Pickens Plan" is the sort of thing that happens when gasoline tops $4. America teetering on recession needs ideas like this. Boone Pickens, the Texas billionaire, proposes -- and not for the first time -- fueling millions more vehicles with natural gas, not gasoline.
By Julie Johnsson CHICAGO -- Amid the airline industry's stomach-churning plunge, Gary Kelly, chief executive of Southwest Airlines Co., is plotting a course for the next upswing in air travel.
RSM EquiCo Capital Markets Todd Cooley, Director of Communications 714-327-8865 email@example.com A prominent investment bank with strong ties to the aerospace and airline industry is calling on Congress to increase regulation of the U.S.
By Saurabh Sinha NEW DELHI: Cautious passengers who have bought tickets way in advance for a domestic carrier must keep their fingers crossed that the airline does not fold before their date of travel.
MUMBAI: Flight operations at the Mumbai airport were suspended for more than half-an-hour as an Indian flight made an emergency landing on Friday afternoon.
NEW DELHI: In the first signs of change at SpiceJet, its executive chairman-cum-CEO Siddhanta Sharma has put in his papers and would leave the company this month-end.
By Matt Weiser, The Sacramento Bee, Calif. Jul. 13--As many as 8,500 University of California employees may hit the picket lines beginning Monday to protest a deadlock over wage increases.
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- An unlawful breach of duty on the part of a ship's master or crew resulting in injury to the ship's owner.
- Sale or purchase of positions in church or state.