Donald Trump has threatened a "multi-million dollar lawsuit" against the conservative Club for Growth for its advertising campaign attacking the Republican front-runner for his liberal economic policy positions. On Tuesday, Trump's presidential campaign released a "cease and desist" letter sent by the billionaire's general counsel. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump on Tuesday threatened to take legal action against the economically conservative group Club for Growth if it does not stop running a pair of television ads that criticize him. The ads, which are backed by $1 million, went up last week in the early caucus state of Iowa. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- Real estate mogul Donald Trump is facing his first negative ad campaign from an outside group, rather than one of his rivals for the Republican presidential nomination. On Tuesday, the hardline economic conservative group...Show More Summary
Submitted by Jeff Deist via The Mises Institute, This article is a selection from a June 19 presentation at a lunchtime meeting of the Grassroot Institute in Honolulu at the Pacific Club. The talk was part of the Mises Institute’s Private Seminar series for lay audiences. Show More Summary
Marco Rubio plans to personalize his tax reform pitch during a speech before the Detroit Economic Club on Thursday by explaining how his plan would impact a hypothetical single mother and a small business owner working in the automotive industry. The Republican presidential hopeful, whose speech will come as he is in the midst of […]
…warehouse clubs have had to this point a greater effect on retail than e-commerce has… That is from Ali Hortaçsu and Chad Syverson, here is their broader NBER survey of what is new in the economics of retail. You also can take this as further confirmation that the productivity effects of the internet are not […]
You know which cities to avoid in order to dodge exorbitantly priced club sandwiches and expensive beer. However, some countries need to be sidestepped entirely to save money. The World Economic Forum's Travel & Tourism Competitiveness...Show More Summary
In recent years, Stockholm has made massive strides in terms of economic growth. Small businesses have become prolific creators of new jobs.
Since the start of the Greek debt crisis, commentators have struggled to find the right metaphor for Greece’s relationship to Europe. Is it a bad marriage in need of a “big, fat Greek divorce”? An “economic experiment” in “Europe’s laboratory”?...Show More Summary
Club Indigo matchbook courtesy of Mary Mallory. While some proprietorships remain in business for decades at one address, most often, occupancy at the site frequently changes due to economic and cultural cycles. Following owners usually continue in the same vein … Continue reading ?
"I try and talk economics in the Eurogroup" -- the club of 19 finance ministers whose countries use the Euro -- "which nobody does... there was point blank refusal to engage in economic arguments. Point blank. You put forward an argument that you've really worked on, to make sure it's logically coherent, and you're just faced with blank stares. Show More Summary
ECONOMIC FIGHT CLUB: KRUGMAN, STEPHEN MOORE SLUG IT OUT AT FREEDOM FEST: “All in all this was a very interesting discussion. Of course I was not convinced by anything Krugman had to say but I did think it was a good-faith conversation on a variety of topics. If this shows up on video somewhere I […]
Billionaire Jack Ma, chairman of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., speaks to the Economic Club of New York in New York, U.S., on Tuesday, June 9, 2015. Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. is looking to small businesses in the U.S. as it seeks to grow outside of China, Ma said. Photographer: Michael [...]
At the National Press Club today, former Texas governor Rick Perry gave the first real policy speech of his 2016 presidential campaign, and it’s well worth your while to read it. He took up the question of equal opportunity, spoke bluntly...Show More Summary
Brave Greece. Sooner or later some member of the Eurozone would find the courage to speak up about the almost unbearable burden the club’s rules place on national-level economic officials to make tough policy decisions while tied to a ball and chain. Today, Greece formally fell into arrears with the International [...]
What’s Happening — Book Talk: Energy, Economic Growth, and Geopolitical Futures at the Woodrow Wilson Center, 10 a.m. — Senior Communicators Roundtable Dinner at the National Press Club, 6 p.m. Must-Read of the Day Politico Magazine‘s...Show More Summary
Jack Ma, founder and executive chairman of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, just laid out his vision for the future of the company while speaking at a luncheon with the Economic Club of New York on Tuesday. Ma made one thing clear — branching out of China is key for the company's future. Show More Summary
Zinoviev Club member Dmitry Kulikov believes we should carry out a new social project: take power away from super-society’s structures and implement a true division of economic and political rights, if we want to preserve our Russian civilization.
The G7 Research Group's director says that the African migrant crisis, religious extremism and economic growth will be on the second day's agenda of the Group of Seven summit in Germany.