Monday, June 15, 2009

Monday premarket

AlphaNinja - US markets look to follow overseas shares, down about 1%. Nasdaq and S&P look to be down 2%.

This is from Saturday, but an important story. TSM, one of the world's best manufacturers, may soon shake up the lazy, subsidy-dependent solar cell market.

JPMorgan enjoys success "institutionalizing" a hedge fund.

The "gets" versus the "get-nots." Companies compete on the ability to obtain government help

Auto suppliers attempt to serve non-auto markets in a bid for survival

Paying pension costs of employees who never worked for you stings.

In the "deal of the year," Ryanair may buy 300 planes. Would make them double the size of British Airways.

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