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Mario Draghi was governor of Italy's central bank from 2005 to 2011, overseeing the now very sick banking system. Will his past haunt him?
Today's Water Cooler: Talk amongst yourselves!
FCC Commissioner's horrid plan to end "net neutrality" and make the Internet work like cable.
Has Medicaid's new managed care model increased diagnoses of ADHD and asthma?
A Thanksgiving misadventure has a happy ending.
The US and Europe were more influenced by the Russian revolution of 1917 than they care to admit.
Net neutrality has been under attack since 2002, and the Trump Administration is determined to do it in.
How tech titans are using the WTO and trade agreements to further strengthen their dominant positions.
Irish energy provision illustrates some of the downside of Brexit for the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland.
Today's Water Cooler: NAFTA, Big Pharma and TPP, Democratic Wave, Conyers, "The First Bank President," durable goods, Excel, net neutrality
Evidence that the justification for putting student loan borrowers on the rack was ideological garbage.
Today's Water Cooler: Roy Moore, Trump/Bush analogy, DSA, national activity, Tesla Semi debacle?, Facebook traffic, blockchain, Keystone, IP
The question: How does capitalism end?
Yet more sobering Brexit sightings.
A new study on unemployment confirms decades of research showing that people are happier when they work, even if they have an income.
Would a Norway sovereign wealth fund divestiture from fossil fuels be a tipping point among investors?
By Lambert Strether of Corrente. Trade “The New TPP May Sink Trump’s Other Trade Dreams” [Foreign Policy]. “The revived TPP includes less restrictive — not more restrictive — rules on where automotive components can be made. Since both Canada and Mexico are in that pact, they’d be hard-pressed to adopt different rules just to deal […]
The SEC tends to overstate the performance of its whistleblower program; meanwhile, Congress passes laughable whistleblower legislation.