Features by Jaclyn Giovis

Pontiac has reached the end of the road

After 84 years, Pontiac's contract with parent company General Motors expired on Sunday. Jaclyn Giovis has more.
Posted In: Auto

Airlines required to provide new passenger information to TSA

U.S. airlines today are required to collect new personal information from passengers before they board a flight. A new Transportation Security Administration rule now mandates airlines to collect a passenger's full name, date of birth, and gender.
Posted In: Airlines

Halliburton gets heat for failure to test cement used in Gulf oil well

Halliburton admitted it never performed a crucial test of the final cement mixture used on the Gulf of Mexico oil rig that exploded in the largest offshore oil spill in U.S. history. A government panel, commissioned by President Obama to investigate the spill, found that Halliburton failed to warn BP that its cement mixture may be unstable.
Posted In: Oil

Google's savvy investments

Google Inc., the imfamous Internet giant, had made it a point to set aside money for research and development investments. Though the investments appear to be random, they feed into Google's ambitious mission. Here is a slideshow of some of Google's past investments.

U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau hopes to attract consumer watchdogs

Consumers, not just federal regulators, are likely to be watchdogs of financial abuses for the new U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau....
Posted In: U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau


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