growth industries

  • 16 Dec 2014 at 11:00 AM

The Real American Immigration Problem

Going once...It’s not the people picking your fruit or manicuring your lawn. It’s that we’re selling legal entrée way, way too cheap. If the Maltese can get €650K in cash and another €500K in investment, and the Aussies can get A$15 million in investment for permanent residency, and the British £10 million in investment for a visa, surely we can get more than a measly half-million in investment, no? Ignore the unseemliness of a citizenship auction and start rolling out the red carpet to the highest bidder. Read more »

  • 16 Sep 2014 at 11:30 AM
  • Banks

JPMorgan Giving Profitable Helping Hand To Smaller Peers

Are you a bank? Do you need money? Give Jamie Dimon a call! Read more »

  • 15 Aug 2014 at 4:52 PM

Cynk Technology Had An Auditor

Two, actually! And a lawyer. And it wasn’t the only high-flying penny stock said accountants and said attorney have worked for. Go figure. Read more »

Know some incriminating shit? JC’s law firm wants to hear about it. Read more »

Suing corporations can be extremely lucrative; just ask John Edwards. Unfortunately, it is only available to those with legal standing and actionable claims. And who’s got enough of those to produce impressive risk-adjusted returns over time? Read more »

When Ruth Rooney bought a home in Vallejo, California in 2005, Bloomberg reports, “there were few vacancies and the historic Hill neighborhood attracted young professionals.” Then the city lost the US Navy’s Mare Island shipyard, it’s largest employer and filed for bankruptcy and now? Rooney’s property value has “dropped 70 percent in six years” and Vallejo attracts a different type of “professional” to the area. One that can do a “job” out of your car or anywhere it’s convenient to drop trou.  Read more »