Statesman and Global Economic Advisor Joins BrandTransact Worldwide as Chief Strategist NEW YORK, March 2, 2015/ PRNewswire/-- BrandTransact Worldwide Inc. announced today that Dr. Shapiro is a world-renowned economic advisor to US presidents, top corporate executives and world leaders in the US, UK, Europe and Asia. Shapiro has advised UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, President Bill Clinton, Senator Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State John Kerry, Vice...
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POLL-Americans say keep politics out of the Fed: Reuters-Ipsos Just 24 percent of those polled said Congress should be allowed to have detailed oversight of the Fed, the poll shows. Fed Chair Janet Yellen came under pressure from conservatives in Congress this week, with some accusing her of bias towards Democrats. "There ought to be some review but I don't know that a full public disclosure of every comment attributed to...
| By: Michael Flaherty
Statement from the Family of Bob Benmosché NEW YORK---- Robert H. Benmosché, the inspirational AIG chief executive who engineered one of the most extraordinary corporate turnarounds in American financial history, died this morning, Friday, February 27, 2015, at 8:15 am, at NYU Langone Medical Center after a tenacious, five-year battle with cancer. Benmosché rose to prominence in the 1990 s as Chief...
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Larry you're filibustering: Barney Frank CNBC Senior Contributor Larry Kudlow and former Democratic Congressman and CNBC contributor Barney Frank discuss Governor of Wisconsin Scott Walker's comments on income issues and economic growth in the U.S.
US and Greece helping to save the euro Greece's pleas to stop the "fiscal waterboarding" of its devastated economy are substantively no different from President Obama's repeated warnings to Germany to stop bleeding the euro area economy with excessive fiscal austerity. Sadly, the president's reportedly more than a dozen phone calls to the German Chancellor Merkel in 2011 and 2012 urging supportive economic policies in the euro area fell on deaf ears.
| By: Michael Ivanovitch