“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.
On Tuesday, October 16, the Board of Directors of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) will visit the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to commemorate NABE's hosting of its 54th Annual Meeting in New York City. This is the first time NABE has hosted its Annual Meeting in New York since 2001, when NABE held its 43rd Annual Meeting September 9th-11th at the World Trade Center Marriott.
In honor of the occasion, NABE President Gene Huang, chief economist and vice president at FedEx Corporation, will ring the NYSE Closing Bell.
NABE is the premier professional association for business economists and those who use economics in the workplace. Since 1959, NABE has attracted the most prominent figures in economics, business, and academia to its membership with...
“Washington has failed to deliver” on its promises of bipartisanship and “created uncertainty and chilled business investing and hiring,” said Business Roundtable President John Engler in a speech at the Detroit Economic Club yesterday.
Engler’s comments carry particular weight since he is a well-known Republican, and served as Governor...
Executives and guests of American International Group, Inc. (AIG) will visit the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to commemorate the company’s continued progress and to showcase the new AIG logo. The new logo will begin appearing widely in the company’s advertising and marketing later this fall.
To mark the occasion, Robert H. Benmosche, AIG President and Chief Executive Officer, joined by members of the company’s executive group, will ring the NYSE Opening Bell.
The refreshed AIG logo will be used in a limited capacity until the company completes the rebrand of its property casualty and life and retirement segments later this fall. When the rebrand is complete, AIG’s property casualty segment, currently named Chartis, will become AIG in most locations. The company’s life and retirement segment, currently known as SunAmerica Financial...
Breakfast Bites: Better than expected earnings, some positive economic reports and optimism that Spain is getting closer to asking for a bailout has the market trading in positive territory this morning.
The cost of living reflected in consumer prices, rose by 0.6% in September for a second month reflecting a jump in energy expenses that did not flow down to other goods and services.
Earnings from sector bellwethers Goldman Sachs, Johnson & Johnson, Coca-Cola and United Health beat or met estimates
Week-to-week sales at the nation's chain stores were unchanged in the October 13 week, according to ICSC-Goldman's tally whose year-on-year rate edged one tenth higher to plus 2.7% which is also the four-week average.
Industrial Production in the U.S. rose more than forecast in September (0.4%) indicating that manufacturers are regaining their footing
I’m lucky enough to own my residence in Manhattan and probably didn’t get hit by the housing crisis as hard as many of my family, friends or readers. I don’t need to remind anyone how difficult the last few years have been for home owners and companies in the residential real estate market. That’s what makes the success of Realogy’s recent IPO on the NYSE all the more exciting.
Realogy, best known for owning brands such as Century 21, Corcoran Group, Coldwell Banker and Sotheby’s International, raised $1.1 Billion and listed on the NYSE (ticker: RLGY) October 11. The company had priced the night before at the high end of the range at $27, opened at $32.85 and closed the day at $34.20, an increase of 27% over pricing. RLGY was the third largest IPO of the year, behind Facebook and Banco Santander Mexico. In short, the investor demand for a company focused on residential real...