When Lalo Alcaraz learned this week that Disney was seeking to trademark “Dia de los Muertos,” the name of the traditional “Day of the Dead” celebrated by millions in Mexico and the US, the cartoonist had an idea. The trademark was for an animated movie by Disney and Pixar Animation Studios that is inspired by the holiday
“It looks like this recession is finally over,” declared Scott Davis, CEO of UPS, earlier this month while announcing 2009 earnings that were better than expected for the world’s largest package carrier.
Once upon a time, in a popular tourist destination called the Magic Kingdom, there lived some very prosperous characters. They were happy all the time
Not a week goes by without news of a lab breakthrough using rats or mice.
All eyes are on corporate earnings these days as investors shift from a hopeful mode to one more demanding of real improvement. And in the business headlines, at least, they are seeing it.
Google on Thursday declared the worst of the recession over and paved the way for a return to heavy spending on expansion as it reported a surprisingly strong 8 per cent jump in net revenues in its latest quarter. The optimism reflected what the company said was an across-the-board recovery in online advertising, with even the struggling financial services sector showing a return to growth