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Eric Cantor enters Wall Street’s post-politics re...
Former House majority leader Eric Cantor is seeking a post-political life on Wall Street, joining boutique investment bank Moelis & Co to a salary of $1.8m a year and the price of a Manhattan...
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Center for Responsive Politics
Divestment-Investment Can Break Congressional Gri...
Divestment-Investment Can Break Congressional Gridlock on Climate Change | Commentary Once the lone province of climate scientists, the chorus warning of the costs of inaction on climate change grows...
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Community Rallies Around Triple Amputee Vet Who L...
Just when things were starting to look up for triple amputee Capt. Edward "Flip" Klein and his wife, Jessica, they lost everything in a house fire earlier this month. But their Maryland community is...
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Community Helps Disabled Veteran After Tragic Hou...
... -- Captain Edward Klein has seen his share of pain and loss. Two years ago, the veteran soldier stepped on an IED in Afghanistan, losing both his legs, and arm and most of his remaining...
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Cornel West: “He posed as a progressive and turne...
Cornel West is a professor at Union Theological Seminary and one of my favorite public intellectuals, a man who deals in penetrating analyses of current events, expressed in a pithy and highly...
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Labor will be hot topic at Jackson Hole confab
Yellen and several others on the interest-rate setting Federal Open Market Committee have maintained that there are millions of Americans who can and will work if jobs are available. The cadres of...
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Merging Finance and Health Care Leadership
Yves here. This post describes a pair of examples in the mistaken assumption that financiers, or at least people with connections to financiers, are the best people to put in charge of anything. Of...
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Fears of renewed instability as Fed ends stimulus
After a nearly uninterrupted five-year rally in stocks and bonds, some investors seem to be getting nervous. On July 31, the Dow Jones industrial average dropped 317 points, wiping out the year's...
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US Federal Reserve
International Monetary Fund
Top 19 Golf Courses To Play on Long Island Before...
With 145 courses from Montauk to Manhasset, Long Island is a virtual golfers’ paradise home to some of the oldest, challenging and most scenic places to play in the nation. Since there are simply so...
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Helen Davis Chaitman on "In Bed with Wall Street"
Helen Davis Chaitman is a well-known attorney with extensive experience in the areas of lender liability, bankruptcy, bank fraud, RICO, professional malpractice, trusts and estates, and white collar...
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Billionaire Found in Middle of Bribery Case Avoid...
In January, a unit of Alcoa Inc. (AA), the biggest U.S. aluminum producer, pleaded guilty to foreign bribery charges brought by the U.S. Justice Department. Alcoa also settled claims by the Securities...
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Uh Oh... Look What's Happening to Japan
Dear Diary, The Dow rose 75 points yesterday, after its battering last week. Gold fell $6 an ounce. Where does that leave us? It’s too early to say that the selloff that started last week is over....
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Finance in America: Promoting inequality and waste
In the crazy years of the housing boom the financial sector was a gigantic cesspool of excess and corruption. There was big money in pushing and packaging fraudulent mortgages. The country paid a huge...
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