Sunday, October 25, 2009

It's the economy (October 25, 2009)

Awaiting a historic restructuring, Communication poses a problem in British Mail Strike and there's money in the flu, some of the items of note for Sunday.

Globe and Mail-- Banks go for uniformity with say-on-pay votes
Globe and Mail-- Risky derivatives okayed for online investors
Globe and Mail-- Flowers, taxis and Hollywood studios: CanWest receiver lists creditors
National Post-- Do not underestimate 'historic' restructuring ahead: Carney
Vancouver Sun-- YVR's departing policy adviser says feds should open up Canadian skies
New York Times-- Trying to Rein In ‘Too Big to Fail’ Institutions
New York Times-- Studios’ Quest for Life After DVDs
New York Times-- South Korea’s Economy Grows at Fastest Pace in 7 Years
Guardian online UK-- Green taxes 'under threat from Treasury', claims Greenpeace
Telegraph UK online-- £1.5bn swine flu vaccine boost for GSK and Astra
Telegraph UK online-- Food will never be so cheap again
Telegrpah UK online-- Unions told to 'shut up' and reach agreement by Royal Mail boss
Brisbane Times-- A great deal rides on the inflation figures
Brisbane Times-- Banks squeal regulator's plans will be too harsh
People's Daily on line-- Trade Ministers of China, Japan, South Korea oppose protectionism
People's Daily on line-- Upgrade for growth, economist advises
The Times of India-- Inflation could reach 10% by March: Assocham
The Times of India-- Economy has started recovering, says Pranab Mukherjee

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