Brookings Institution: The Coming Public Service Loan Forgiveness Bonanza, by Jason Delisle (American Enterprise Institute): Abstract: The federal government is making more data available about the performance of the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program for federal student loans. Many policymakers are not aware of this program, but the new...
For being a capitalist businessman, the Donald Trump campaign really does run roughshod over American corporate brands. In fact, this enterprise has ruined many during the course of the 2016 Presidential campaign.
The Netflix logo is shown in this illustration photograph. Photo by Mike Blake/Reuters Editor’s Note: This is the third in a series of excerpts we are publishing from sociologist Jerry Davis’s new book, “The Vanishing American Corporation:...Show More Summary
Fueled by central government initiatives such as the Go Out policy and China 2025, Chinese enterprises have gone on an international spending spree this year, acquiring key American and European companies at an unprecedented rate.
Concept appears to be similar to that of an American company, World View Enterprises.
Sometimes it helps to employ unconventional perspectives when thinking about the size of things. So here's an interesting map from the American Enterprise Institute that shows how massive and productive America's $18 trillion economy is on a global scale. The...
They say that a fortune doesn't change a person, it only unmasks them. Today we look at the economy. The Rectification of Names read the American Enterprise Institute's cure for wage stagnation. You’ll never guess AEI's suggestion! Naked...Show More Summary
Acorn Media Enterprises is continuing its move into originals, teaming with Blinder Films, DCD Rights and RTÉ as the North American co-producing partner on Irish legal drama Striking Out. The series will premiere on Ireland’s RTÉ in early 2017 and will also make its U.S. Show More Summary
Graph from the American Enterprise Institute. Commentary mine. One irony here is that the more worthless college education becomes (in the non-STEM areas at least), the more outrageously expensive it becomes, while with electronics, the use value of the gear...
The simple chart below from the American Enterprise Institute beautifully illustrates the absurd inflation of college tuition and textbooks over the past 20 years. In real terms, the cost of college has effectively doubled over that time period. Show More Summary
The Chinese are on a U.S. buying spree like no other. Since the beginning of the year, Chinese investors have announced interest in, or closed on, several multi-billion-dollar deals on a variety of American enterprises, including GE’s appliance division, Strategic Hotels & Resorts (owner of numerous luxury properties here and [...]
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump blamed incumbent leader Barack Obama for increasing poverty in the United States and crippling private enterprise.
Why investing in social enterprise can not only help the next US President leave a social innovation legacy, but also make a transformative impact on the lives of the Americans who need it most.
Breaking the glass ceiling won't fix the walls and foundation. In a prescient, darkly prophetic, lecture at the conservative American Enterprise Institute in 2007, the writer Sam Tanenhaus, biographer of Whittaker Chambers and, soon, of William F. Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) Mark Falcoff is resident scholar emeritus at the American Enterprise Institute and author, among other books, of Cuba the Morning After: Confronting Castro’s Legacy. He is also on occasional contributor to Power Line....Show More Summary
From the American northeast comes today's story of Gothic crime. The gist: an enterprising young man sought an additive for his marijuana hobby, and found it in human brain elbalming fluid. "A central Pennsylvania man was charged Thursday after police...
This article first appeared on the American Enterprise Institute site. We all say we’re shocked when attackers spill the blood of men, women and children. And so the ink after Nice will flow generously across the front pages of the world,...Show More Summary
Non-partisan Congressional scholars Norm Ornstein (American Enterprise Institute) and Thomas Mann (Brookings Institute) update their diagnosis of government dysfunction in The Washington Post. Fast forward to 2016. Incredibly, Republican destructiveness is even worse than it was four years ago — and the party is paying for it with a surge of anti-establishment populism that is [...]Show More Summary
The Atlantic, How to Force Donald Trump to Release His Tax Returns American Enterprise Institute, Is Corporate Integration a Good Idea?, by Alan Viard Bloomberg, Messi’s 21 Months in Prison Is Another Penalty He May Miss Bloomberg, Wells Fargo’s Partial Tax Victory May Spur Billions in Refunds, by Lynnley Browning...
Two professional conservatives, the New York Times Op-Ed columnist and Arthur Brooks (no relation), president of the American Enterprise Institute, offer some ideas convincing enough that the leftish Atlantic is willing to post them...