Eric Rosengren and Robert Kaplan may be gone, but Elizabeth Warren will have Richard Clarida to kick around. Until January, anyway.
Well, it’s second-to-late. And if not that, let it be Jay Powell’s last.
By investing about $80 billion in the IRS over the next 10 years, the Biden administration calculates that it can recover an additional $700 billion in taxes owed by the wealthy and corporations.
A tale as old as time. Or, at least, as old as this website.
Steve Cohen wants everyone to “chile” out.
Lessons from the first week of the Biden administration.
The gist of which is, be more like the guy who fired me after 10 days and who you just trounced in an election.
The not-46th-president-of-the-United-States made history this week all the same.
Looking for comment letters on undoing everything Jay Clayton did over the last four.
Gary Gensler and Ted Kaufman are not the kind of people big finance want to see in positions of influence.
Barring that, it welcomes your green finance dreams.
And he’s not about to take his first “L” of the Trump administration, unlike the outgoing commander-in-chief.
It’s clock-striking-midnight dealmaking time at the Justice Department.
U.S. District Judge Denny Chin understands math and actuarial tables as well now as he did 11 years ago.
Maybe all of you Bernie Bros should have thought about that before scaring him out of the race and leaving us with Joe Biden.