Elizabeth Warren Grills William Dudley Over ‘Cultural Problem’ At New York Fed

By Antoine Gara William Dudley, the former chief economist of Goldman Sachs Group and the long-serving president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York was grilled by a handful of senators in Washington. …read more

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Obama Pulls out Five Rhetorical Stops

By Jerry Weissman President Obama’s presidency has been fraught with controversy and conflict over many issues from his Affordable Care Act to his foreign policy on Syria, none more so than immigration. His leadership skills have also come under fire, none more so that his ability to take decisive action. Some of his strongest early supporters have taken him to task on this issue, none more critically than the New York Times’ Maureen Dowd. …read more

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One Thing Missing From The J.C. Penney Store Floor

By Panos Mourdoukoutas Anyone who has visited a J.C. Penney Company (NYSE:JCP) store recently will probably have noticed that the shop floor is well stocked with the right stuff– Liz Claiborne, J. Ferrar, Stafford, and the like — and sale signs that are placed everywhere. …read more

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The Silicon Valley School for Latino Angels

By Giovanni Rodriguez Earlier in the week, I heard a story about angels – angel investors, that is – that got me thinking about that lovely little moment at the conclusion of “It’s a Wonderful Life” when a bell on the Bailey’s Christmas tree rings miraculously, seemingly on its own. One of the Bailey kids reacts: “Look, Daddy. Teacher says, every time a bell rings an angel gets his wings.” The angel in this story – Clarence – indeed had just earned his wings, because he had helped George Bailey, father of the family, pull the community together to save the bank. …read more

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Obama’s Action on Immigration Includes Entrepreneurs and High-Skilled Workers

By Scott Allison It was about 5 years ago I first thought of moving to the US with my startup. For the whole of that time I’ve been hopeful there would be progress with immigration reform but precisely nothing has changed! Until today. President Obama has just announced his intention to take executive action to push through immigration reforms. As well as announcing greater border security, and plans to not deport undocumented immigrants, he announced plans to make it easier and faster for entrepreneurs and high-skilled workers to move here. As he said, immigrants are a net-plus to the economy. …read more

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