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The duel is one of the most fascinating, and significant events, in corporate America. The investigator alleges that what appears to be a highly qualified team doesn't comprehend its own accounting, and fails to recognize that it's virtually insolvent––and may even be cooking the books––while GE claims that its attacker ...Read More
How to Break the Economy in the United States Normally a person would be in favor of either an easy monetary policy to stimulate the economy or a hard monetary policy to exert discipline on the government. Either way, one would not expect her to hold both views at the same time. Yet Ms. Shelton does exactly that.
Subway using inspections to intentionally seize franchises from a largely immigrant and family based group of franchisees, ruining them financially in the process.
"The U.S. Treasury saw a 31 percent drop in corporate tax revenues last year, almost twice the decline official budget forecasters had predicted. Receipts were projected to rebound sharply this year, but so far they’ve only continued to fall, down by almost 9 percent or $11 billion."
"There are six major changes in the global capitalist economy since the 1970s that increase the potential fragility, instability, and the amplification and propagation rate of the fragility-instability events"
"Our reading of this special issue of the Journal of Industrial Ecology, leads us to conclude that there are two major gaps in the Circular Economy’s relevance for achieving global sustainability. It has not developed language or methods, or necessarily acknowledgement, of the need to shrink and slow material throughput… ...Read More
This is a good article to read in conjunction with this one: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-05-22/economics-reinvents-itself-every-few-decades-it-s-happening-now Seems like there might not be too much room to go back to the way things were before in case another recession hits. ...Read More
“Ford Motor said Monday that it is laying off about 7,000 managers and other salaried employees, about 10% of its white-collar workforce across the globe.”
“The unprecedented designation of foreign vehicles imported to the United States from some of its closest allies sparked anger from automakers, dealers and foreign governments after a White House document hinted it would seek voluntary export quotas on autos from U.S. trading partners.”
“In each of the seven chapters of the draft trade deal, China had deleted its commitments to change laws to resolve core complaints that caused the United States to launch a trade war: theft of U.S. intellectual property and trade secrets; forced technology transfers; competition policy; access to financial services; ...Read More
So this is an article from a few years ago that challenges current notions of what the “middle class” is. It is from a conservative publication, but may have some shockingly liberal implications.