“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.
Anthony Cinelli is an Event Specialist in the Event Marketing Division of Global Communications & Marketing, NYSE Euronext.
The scars of September 11, 2001 will, no doubt, remain a part of a global collective unconscious, like Pearl Harbor, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and The Holocaust. While the past decade was spent working through stages of grief, accompanying the struggle to recover and rebuild, this September 11, 2012 marked a paradigm shift as The Freedom Tower rising redefines the New York Skyline and Lower Manhattan Financial District. With the start of a new era, Tim Armstrong, Chairman and CEO of AOL Corp (NYSE: AOL), and his non-profit organization, “Action America”, backed by a coalition of business moguls, sports stars and celebrities, has leveraged AOL.com to refocus the day on Congress’s largely unsuccessful attempt at...
Dividend paying stocks have been the darlings of the market in the last couple years. Really, in today’s low-rate environment, where else can an investor find a decent return? Interestingly, we may be about to see that all change.
One of the pieces of the impending fiscal cliff is a tax hike on dividends. If the Bush tax...
Ahead of the Bell: Dow futures are trading up 70 points and S&P futures are trading up 8 points as Spain might be softening its resistance to seeking a sovereign debt bailout. According to data released by the EU, exports surged in August, while the annual rate of inflation remained unchanged in September, a sign the 17 member block is weathering the financial crisis better than expected, and remain resilient to the debt crisis. The banking sector will be in focus today, after Goldman Sachs reported better than expected Q3 results.
On the economic calendar today, consumer price index for September will be out prior to the opening bell, a reading of 0.5% is expected compared with 0.6% for August. The NAHB will release October housing market index after the market opens and it is forecasted to be 41 versus 40 for September.
The dollar is down against the major currencies. Gold is...
Stichting Cinekid luidt de gong vandaag als aftrap van het 26e Cinekid Festival. SNS REAAL Fonds en Bernard van Leer Foundation zijn sponsoren van het festival.
Ieder jaar organiseert Cinekid het Internationaal Film-, Televisie- en Nieuwe Mediafestival voor kinderen. Het festival vindt dit jaar plaats van 17 tot en met 26 oktober 2012 in Amsterdam en op 26 locaties in de herfstvakantie door het hele land. Het festival trekt jaarlijks meer dan 50.000 bezoekers en heeft naast een internationaal film- en televisieprogramma ook een MediaLab. In deze grote digitale speeltuin, met meer dan veertig verschillende games, interactieve installaties en workshops, gaan kinderen zelf aan de slag met media. Sannette Naeyé directeur van Stichting Cinekid luidt de gong als aftrap van het festival.
Stocks rallied higher today, as investors reacted to cheerful earnings from Citigroup and an encouraging retail sales report. Market sentiment was further lifted after German Finance Minister, Wolfgang Schaeuble indicated that Greece would not default, temporarily easing concerns over the debt crisis that has been weighing on global economies.
On the economic front, September retail sales rose 1.1%, better than the 0.8% increase forecasted by economists, and slightly higher than the previous revised increase of +1.2%.
Manufacturing in the New York region shrank for the third consecutive month in October to -6.16 (-4.0 expected) but did show improvement from the -10.41 reading in September. According to the Commerce Department, business inventories rose 0.6% in August, which was better than estimated 0.5% increase.
In European news, German Chancellor, Angela Merkel said that Greece seemed to be making headway on...