Year one of the 2013-2014 legislative term focused on budgetary goals to fund the state's business. Much of this term's second year has focused on a broad based, generalized mandated (one might say forced) change in the relationship between the sta
Politics has long been a driver of international markets and fickle financial systems alike. Everything is connected. Here are some voices from the just-concluded Casey Research Fall Summit talking about cause, effect, and war.
With the sun still rising and a chilly ocean wind rolling in, Mayor Don Guardian hops on his bike for his regular morning ride, steering down the boardwalk toward the ruins of his city's once mighty gambling empire.
• http://dealbook.nytimes.com, By Matthew Goldstein
The huge cyberattack on JPMorgan Chase that touched more than 83 million households and businesses was one of the most serious computer intrusions into an American corporation. But it could have been much worse.
The drip-drip-drip of Fed-induced inflation is hardly felt by most Americans even on an annual basis; but take a step back over a generation of currency debasement and it becomes clear. As the following image shows, the cost of living since 1938 has,
One of the biggest fast food giants, Burger King, is now "divorcing" America and re-establishing its business in Canada. Mark analyzes the Government's reaction and possible implications for any corporation that may decide to move its headquart
Exceptionally good news from California today: A federal judge ruled CALpers claim of "Sanctity of Pensions" is invalid. Today's ruling went even further than the bankrupt city of Stockton originally sought in court.
The Fed, it seems, has finally run out of other ammo. It has to taper its quantitative easing program, which is eating up the Treasuries and mortgage-backed securities needed as collateral for the repo market that is the engine of the bankers' shel
As equities continued to rise during the advance into the 2007 price top, I screamed from the roof tops that it was a bear market advance and that the efforts to prop the markets up only served to make matters worse.