February 24, 2014
by Neil Devlin
The 2008 financial crisis cost investors, consumers and businesses alike. Sub-prime lending practices devolved into a riskier regime from their time of inception to address disproportionate ratios in racial borrowing power in the 1980s to the housing bubble of the early 2000s. The bubble was ...[read more]
February 17, 2011
by Dwyer Arce
On February 17, 2009, US President Barack Obama signed into law the $787 billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), intended to stave off the effects of the global recession on the US economy. The legislation included a number of tax incentives, renewable energy funding provisions and ...[read more]
February 25, 2009
by Andrew Gilmore
US President Barack Obama urged sweeping reform of the American financial regulatory system in a speech on his economic revitalization plan to a joint session of Congress Tuesday night. His address, which came less than a week after he signed into law the $787 billion American Recovery and ...[read more]
February 18, 2009
by Andrew Gilmore
US President Barack Obama on Tuesday signed into law the $787 billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), intended to stimulate and grow the US economy in the current recession. Along with a number of tax incentives, renewable energy funding provisions, and infrastructure project ...[read more]
January 27, 2009
by Andrew Wood
Robert Doyle: The FTC's insistence on pursuing the consummated Whole Foods/Wild Oats transaction is based on a fundamental misunderstanding of present competition between traditional supermarkets and organic food stores. The FTC is seeking to undo Whole Foods' acquisition of rival Wi... ...[read more]
November 19, 2004
by Phillip Hong-Barco
Following Senate approval on Wednesday, and Thursday's 208-204 vote in the GOP-controlled House of Representatives, President Bush Friday signed a bill to increase the public debt limit of the United States by $800 billion. The debt allowance increase, President Bush's third in the past thr... ...[read more]

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