Carl Bernstein. the journalist who, With Bob Woodward made a name for himself during the Watergate scandal, says President Obama is no Richard Nixon. It’s terrible,” Bernstein said of the IRS’s targeting of conservative groups during an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “Outrageous. Heads ought to roll. Simple as that. … From what we know [...]
Protective Life Corporation (PL) Q1 2013 Earnings Call May 07, 2013 10:00 a.m. ET Executives Eva T. Robertson - VP, Investor Relations John D. Johns - Chairman, President & CEO Richard J. Bielen - Vice Chairman & CFO Carl S. Thigpen - EVP& Chief Investment Officer Carolyn M. Show More Summary
Universal American Corporation (UAM) Q1 2013 Earnings Call April 30, 2013 10:00 AM ET Executives Richard Barasch – Chairman and CEO Tony Wolk – SVP, General Counsel and Secretary Bob Waegelein – President and CFO Analysts Carl McDonald...Show More Summary
Gertrude Stein, content in the knowledge that her monthly check from the New York Mets would arrive soon. Photo by Carl Van Vechten. Lydia Davis can’t stand the sight of children wearing bike helmets. Richard Brautigan never crossedShow More Summary
By Richard K. Barry I've always liked former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm. I thought she might take a look at running for the Senate seat made available by Sen. Carl Levin's decision to retire. Alas, it was not to be. As is becoming...Show More Summary
By Richard K. Barry Roll Call is reporting that Scott Romney, Mitt's brother, is giving some thought to running for the senate seat that will be vacated by Democratic Sen. Carl Levin (D-MI). According to the piece, Romney is a "Harvard-educated...Show More Summary
Universal American Corporation (UAM) Citi Global Healthcare Conference Call February 26, 2013 2:15 pm ET Executives Richard A. Barasch – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Analysts Carl McDonald – Citigroup Global Markets Presentation Carl McDonald – Citigroup Global Markets Next upon the agenda Mr. Show More Summary
On January 18, I joined Carl and Richard, the hosts of Dot Net Rocks, for an hour long conversation about nuclear energy. We spanned a number of topics including current light water reactors, breeder reactors, accidents, safety records, SL-1, NR-1, Mars Rover, pebble beds, IFR, and traveling wave reactors. Show More Summary
Most people worry about whether to buy more or sell out when the stock market gets hot. Carl Richards reframes the question.
In a new video feature called "Ask the Sketch Guy," Carl Richards explains how hard we need to work to stick with an investment strategy when the world seems shaky.
Carl Richards asks. Kevin Roose's answer: I think you have, on one hand, a bunch of pension funds and sovereign wealth funds that are duty-bound to make a certain amount of money for their members, and would rather use a...
By Carl Horowitz, National Legal and Policy Center The National Labor Relations Board ought to be about the last place to find anyone with a history of union corruption. But Richard Griffin (see photo), an NLRB member and former general counsel for the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE), may be the exception. Griffin last [...]
Quote of the day Carl Richards, “When you make a decision to avoid one type of risk, you might be exposing yourself to another one.” [...] The post Monday links: swapping one risk for another appeared first on Abnormal Returns.
This week's Super Joystiq Podcast is petitioning to change its name to Carl.It may be the beginning of the year, but we still have new games to discuss. First up, Xav, Ludwig, Richard, and Jess hit The Walking Dead Survival Instinct,...Show More Summary
It claims to be the Life of Richard, the one that Ken Russell missed. Better still, its promoters argue that it is the first biopic in movie history. Shot in 1913 for the Wagner centenary by Carl Froelich and William Wauer, it is a silent film. Another plus for Wagner sceptics. Exhumed for the bicentenary, [...]
Man, actor Michael Richards sure kind of sort of looks like Hall of Fame pitcher Carl Hubbell. In fact, if King Carl wasn't holding a baseball in what looks to be his signature screwball grip and Richards wasn't holding a cigar, one of the totems of his Seinfeld character, Kramer, you probably couldn't guess which was which.
With a sharpie and a stack of napkins, financial planner and personal finance blogger Carl Richards is on a one-man mission to save consumers from financial suicide. Richards knows a thing or two about the subject. Within a few years of purchasing his dream home in 2003, the Great Recession threw him into a downward spiral of debt. Show More Summary
Once again, those crazy fools Richard Campbell and Carl Franklin are touring around this great country of ours in a big ass RV as part of their.NET Rocks Road Trip. Last time it was for the launch of Visual Studio 2010. This time it coincides with Visual Studio 2012. Show More Summary
If you're a hard-core shopper, you're not going to want to spend any time in the stores with people like Carl Richards, the artist-in-residence at the Bucks blog.
By Richard K. Barry Carl Perkins' "Blue Suede Shoes" hit No. 2 in the U.S. in 1956. Of course, that other guy out of Sun Studios did okay with it too, not to mention Buddy Holly and Eddie Cochran. Perkins wrote the song, which is considered one of the first rockabilly tunes, and certainly a rock 'n' roll standard. (Cross-posted at Hogtown Hipster.)