I both love and hate Facebook. Love it because it lets me keep in touch with friends. Hate it because it provides editors with another route through which to hassle me about my shameless intransigence. I really can’t help...Read More
A few trillion here and a trillion there and the next thing you know it adds up to real money. The Death of Capitalism apologizes to the late Senator Everett Dirksen who it turns out may or may not have actually said those words...Read More
Economist, blogger and former IMF head economist Simon Johnson makes a compelling case here (originally from the NY Times) that what we have is a failure to regulate, moderate or in any way impose meaningful rules. Let me...Read More
The always-entertaining Matt Taibbi lays into Wall Street again in his latest missive for Rolling Stone magazine. Taibbi has been relentless in his criticism of the banking community and his comparisons to the grifters, schemers...Read More
I’m not exactly sure when the realization first struck me. Perhaps it was when I was stuck in voice-mail hell for the umpteenth time, waiting to talk to a real live human being to resolve a problem, all the while being...Read More
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