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New S.E.C. Chairman Pledges to Look After Ordinary Investors

Walter J. Clayton also called for greater transparency in the sale and marketing of bonds to retail investors, in a speech to the Economic Club of New York.

Indie Artist Miranda Mulholland On Redefining Success In The Digital Marketplace [Video]

Canadian artist Miranda Mulholland weighs in at the Economic Club of Canada about how to redefine success in the digital marketplace, looking at issues surrounding accountability and getting musicians the kind of payments they deserve from digital distribution services. ____________________________ Guest post from Artists Rights Watch Canadian artist Miranda Mulholland...

Music Industry’s Canadian Copyright Reform Goal: “End Tech Companies’ Safe Harbours”

4 months agoIndustries / Law : Michael Geist

Miranda Mulholland, a Toronto-based musician and music label owner, delivered an exceptionally passionate, accessible, and deeply personal keynote speech last week to the Economic Club of Canada. Mulholland's talk was notable not only for providing an artist's perspective, but for coming ready with next steps for everyone. Show More Summary

How London's Economic Dominance is Strangling Football in the North-East

5 months agoNews : Vice News

"London's status as the centre of finance, culture and politics affects every other part of Britain, but nowhere more so than the north-east. This is reflected in the region's football clubs, which are struggling to compete with their southern rivals."

Cruz Baffled that Areas of 'Virtual Unanimity' Were Not Included in AHCA

Washington, D.C. - Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) told a room full of economic liberty lovers at the National Press Club on Tuesday what his four top...

The new theory of economic 'agrowth' contributes to the viability of climate policies

Forty-five years after the first proposal on the limits to growth by the Club of Rome, the increasing concern over climate change and how to deal with it has reopened the debate questioning whether climate change mitigation policies are compatible with economic growth.

YELLEN: March is on the table

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen is giving her economic outlook at the Executives' Club of Chicago on Friday, representing her last scheduled public remarks before the central bank's March 14-15 meeting. "We currently judge that it...Show More Summary

GM CEO Mary Barra: Border tax could be 'problematic'

She told the Economic Club of Washington, D.C. that GM still backs corporate tax reform.        

Doctor Copper's Getting Clubbed

When Copper was soaring (2 weeks ago) it 'proved' that China's debt binge had worked and that Trumpian reflation was going to secure global economic growth going forward. Now that Dr.Copper is collapsing - we are not hearing so much about the industrial metal's economic forecasting prowess... Supply concerns, strikes, and demand hope...?

Winter White House: Trump Vacations Impact Palm Beach Businesses

President Donald Trump’s weekly vacations to his “winter White House,” the Palm Beach, Florida Mar-A-Lago Club, are carrying a significant economic impact, both to taxpayers and local businesses, according to a recent report in the New...Show More Summary

Growthiness Hope Fades: Copper, Crude Clubbed To One-Week Lows

If everything is so awesome in the world, why are Copper (who appears only to be an Economics PhD when it is rising in price) and Oil prices tumbling (despite a lower dollar)? It seems yesterday's algo panic bid after record inventory...Show More Summary

Don't believe in driverless? Check out GM president's "no hands" ride through San Francisco

GM president Dan Ammann shares his views and experiences of driverless tech with lunchtime audience at Chicago Economic Club.

The 2017 "Davos Consensus" - More Welfare And More Warfare

Submitted by Nick Giambruno via, “It’s a big club and you ain’t in it!” I often think of these words, spoken by the great comedian George Carlin, when I read about the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland. Every year, global elites descend on Davos to discuss the big issues of the day in a Bilderberg-like conclave. Show More Summary

Supply-Side Legend Arthur Laffer Authors New Economics Book for Children (Author Interview)

Famed economist Dr. Arthur Laffer and writer Michelle Balconi, sit down with the Conservative Book Club to discuss their new economics book — for...

The time has come for The First ZeroHedge Symposium and Live Fight Club

For over four decades, many of the planet's biggest trouble makers and assholes have met each year in Davos, Switzerland, for the World Economic Forum with the humble mission of, "Improving the state of the world." Each year since 1978,...Show More Summary

Jamie Dimon Interview with Economic Club of Washington DC (Sept 2016)

As always, David Rubenstein does a very good job with this interview of Jamie Dimon at the Economic Club of Washington, DC. Conducted in September 2016, it clearly illustrates why some consider Jamie Dimon to be a natural for politics (even though Dimon has said he isn't interested and doesn't think he will have much success in it). Show More Summary

Trump Promised to Kill Billionaires' Favorite Tax Loophole. Of Course His Economic Adviser Loves It.

Kativ/iStock, Robin Platzer/Twin Images/UPPA/ZUMA In an economic policy speech at the Detroit Economic Club in August 2016, Donald Trump repeated a promise he'd made many times on the campaign trail: "The rich will pay their fair share."...Show More Summary

Not Reagan’s GOP? Trump’s? Two-headed Monster?

In case all the puzzle pieces haven’t fallen into place, Stephen Moore, Trump’s economic advisor and the founder of the Club for Growth, makes it clear for Republican law makers at a recent meeting in DC, saying that the GOP is no longer the party of Ronald Reagan conservatism. Show More Summary

Introducing promotion and relegation in MLS could reflect US Soccer’s maturity

10 months agoSports / Football : Soccerlens

Introducing promotion and relegation in MLS could reflect US Soccer’s maturity - originally posted on Introducing promotion and relegation to the United States’ club soccer will bring positive economic impact, according to a by Deloitte, one of the “Big Four” accounting firms. Show More Summary

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