“I think a lot of innovation comes from smaller companies, this will be an even bigger trend in the future,” says Fibrocell CEO Pernock, whose own company is focused on treatments for skin diseases and conditions.
The Children’s Foundation MAMAS opens the trading day at NYSE Euronext.
Nance Coolen, who is a good friend of the foundation MAMAS, sounds the gong at 9.00 in honour of the 71-year old South African Agnes Qwabe. Agnes has 1,118 children, and is expecting another six tomorrow. The children come to Agnes to receive a bowl of porridge, a place to sleep, vital medicine or just to play a game of football. Children’s Foundation MAMAS provides Agnes with help she needs to shelter these children. The foundation finances projects in South Africa aimed at helping children in need.
Markets were narrowly mixed with little original news to drive investors.
As world leaders kick off a G20 summit in Mexico this weekend, officials said today that the leaders do not have an appetite to provide the IMF with more money to address the euro zone debt problems until the European leaders do more to supply bailout funds themselves.
The United Nations’ Internal Atomic Energy Agency warned today that Iran has accelerated its uranium enrichment drive which served to escalate growing fears and threats of preemptive strikes by Israel. During a CNBC interview, U.S. Treasury Secretary Geithner confirmed that the U.S. may need to release some of its strategic oil reserves to stave off a shortage of supply as tensions in Iran continued to rise. Saudi Arabia has also addressed the issue by increasing exports 20% over the past week with an offer to continue that trend to address the rising price of oil. Brent crude traded higher than $125...
InMotion visits the NYSE. In honor of the occasion, Catherine J. Douglass, Esq., Executive Director of InMotion, rings The Closing BellSM.
InMotion provides free legal services to low-income women in New York City. Our services are designed to address the unique needs of women who suffer from abuse—most of our clients are survivors of domestic violence. We focus on reaching women living in immigrant communities who are isolated by language and cultural barriers. (Source: InMotion)