Sunday, August 19, 2018
The Turkish lira has been under significant pressure in recent weeks. What is the EU’s exposure to possible crisis in Turkey and how should the EU react?
Why taking accounting for granted is a really bad idea.
Today’s Water Cooler: China and LNG, NAFTA, Warren and co-determination, campaign advertising, Russia probe, Brennan, leading indicators, consumer sentiment, complex information
An examination of cryptocurrency practicalities.
Looking at who the media has silenced in the Trump era, such as critics of America’s wars and of Israel.
Half-Baked Plan to Institutionalize CalPERS’ Kangaroo Court by Board President Priya Mathur and General Counsel Matt Jacobs Suffers Embarrassing Rejection by Board; Instigators Unduly Eager to Revive It
CalPERS General Counsel Matt Jacobs and Board President Priya Mathur get well-deserved black eyes.
A look at how long and how deeply the US has been mired in its many wars.
Today’s Water Cooler: NAFTA, Warren on Yemen, Democrats, Manafort, Brennan, young voters, Shay’s Rebellion, business outlook, housing starts, retail, shipping, containers, CEO pay, relocation, akrasia, Aretha Franklin
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A reading of what has changed since the crash and what problems remain.
Uber’s latest financial report confirms Hubert Horan’s predictions.
Why shareholders are getting a raw deal out of the misguided corporate fixation on “maximizing shareholder value,” and Elizabeth Warren’s new bill is therefore good for them.
Sacramento Bee Fingers CalPERS CEO Marcie Frost, General Counsel Matt Jacobs, and Board President Priya Mathur in Asubonten Resume Fabrication Scandal
Even the Sacramento Bee is compelled to call out CalPERS executives for their failure to do basic checking when hiring former CFO Charles Asubonten.