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NEIL DUTTA: 'Doom sells,' but don't let warnings of a bubble scare you

Neil Dutta, the head of US economics at Renaissance Macro Research, spoke to Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein about what he thinks everyone is getting wrong about markets right now. He says that "doom sells" on Wall Street, and that the more strategists and the media warn about a market crash, the less likely it is to happen. Show More Summary

Steve Bannon returns to Breitbart hours after White House ouster

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

According to Breitbart’s White House correspondent, ex-White House strategist Steve Bannon is already back at Breitbart. “Steve Bannon returned to Breitbart News as Executive Chairman of Breitbart News and chaired our evening editorial meeting,” correspondent Charlie Spiering...

NEIL DUTTA: Labor force participation is 'not getting a lot of respect right now'

Neil Dutta, the head of US economics at Renaissance Macro Research, spoke to Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein about wage growth, which he says is rising gradually. He notes that most of the expansion right now is within women, and that men will eventually step up and help it further. Show More Summary

NEIL DUTTA: An economic recession is a major long shot

Neil Dutta, the head of US economics at Renaissance Macro Research, spoke to Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein about what he sees as very low odds for a recession. He says financial conditions are easy, stocks are up,...Show More Summary

Economist Julia Coronado reveals the hidden trends in the jobs data

Julia Coronado, the founder and president of economic research firm MacroPolicy Perspectives, spoke to Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein about recent jobs data. She discusses the size of the so-called shadow labor force, which she views as an open question. Show More Summary

JULIA CORONADO: Bonds and stocks disagree — 'the bond market is, dare I say it, smarter'

Julia Coronado, the founder and president of economic research firm MacroPolicy Perspectives, spoke to Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein. In this video she talks about the two different market stories told by stocks and bonds. Bond investors seem more cautious and she thinks they are probably right. Join the conversation about this story »

Port Authority should sell its assets before another dime is wasted

To the editor: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's replacement of Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Executive Director Patrick Foye with New York State Special... To view the full story, click the title link.

Hate Crime Legislation Is as Pointless as the Death Penalty

David Myers, executive director of Center for Interfaith Projects, speaks during an anti-hate rally Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2017, in front of the Civic Center, Fargo. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor Proponents of the death penalty justify that policy by suggesting that it deters crime. Show More Summary

AP Makes Changes to Its Washington Bureau, Names 3 to New Deputy Bureau Chief Roles

When Julie Pace was named AP Washington bureau chief in June, the accompanying note from senior vice president and executive editor Sally Buzbee detailed a coming change to the leadership structure of the Washington bureau and the four new deputy Washington bureau chief positions AP would be filling. Today, Pace announced three of the four...

How Is Publishing Doing Now That The We Need Diverse Books Movement Is Three Years Old?

2 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

Sometimes, publishing companies or individuals have had to start their own imprints. For instance: Salaam Reads "takes submissions directly from writers. Zareen Jaffery, the imprint’s executive editor (who is also Muslim), says this practice grew out of feedback she received from Muslim writers, who said it was difficult to find an agent."

Where Do Republicans Go After Failure of ‘Skinny’ Obamacare Repeal?

Good morning. Here’s executive editor Gerald F. Seib‘s analysis of what’s next for Republicans after the failure of the “skinny” Obamcare repeal in the Senate early today and Joshua Jamerson‘s morning rundown of the news. Contact Josh...Show More Summary

Where are the mothers?

“We’re having a bit of a baby boom,” says Lauren Williams, executive editor of Vox.com and the mother of an 18-month-old. When the news startup began in 2014, there wasn’t a single parent working at the site. But as the website has grown, so have employees’ families. Now, around 15 percent of the 90-person staff...

Reuters Names Jean Yoon Executive Editor, Editorial Strategy

Jean Yoon will be originating a new role at Reuters as its first executive editor, editorial strategy, based in New York. In a note to staff, Reuters editor in chief Steve Adler explains the components of Yoon's new responsibilities: In this role, Jean will - as the title suggests - take on responsibility for our...

The Verge Is Rethinking the Way Tech Product Reviews Are Done With Guidebook

In thinking about Guidebook, The Verge's new tech product review hub that launched today, executive editor Dieter Bohn wanted to do more than provide a redesigned home for product reviews. He wanted to reshape the way product reviews are conceptualized, and set to work with editorial director Helen Havlak and Verge senior editor Dan Seifert...

Wyoming regional media nonprofit WyoFile has been diving deep into local news for almost ten years

As the saying goes in Wyoming, the state is “a small town with very long streets,” according to Matthew Copeland, a longtime Wyoming resident and freelancer who recently assumed the post of chief executive and editor at digital news outlet WyoFile. The state’s small-town nature contributes to the success of a news organization like WyoFile,...

Why Grover Pro is still the best podcast app for Windows 10

It's been a while since we talked about Grover Pro. And guess what? It's still the best podcast app on Windows 10. Grover Pro comes highly recommended by our own executive editor Daniel Rubino, and you can read all about it in his post from early 2016. Show More Summary

Empowering Indonesian entrepreneurs to take action

Editor’s note: This post comes from Yansen Kamto, Chief Executive and Founder of KIBAR, which mentors and nurtures startups through tech incubator programs, and by building innovation hubs. Today, they’re officially joining the Google for Entrepreneurs partner network. Indonesia is home to 17,504 islands, 1,128 ethnic groups and 746 local languages. Show More Summary

The Atlantic Ups Matt Thompson to Cross-Platform Executive Editor and Adrienne LaFrance to Site Editor

The Atlantic makes some changes to its editorial leadership ranks, promoting Matt Thompson to cross-platform executive editor, a new role, and Adrienne LaFrance to editor of TheAtlantic.com, replacing J.J. Gould, who left the publication Friday. LaFrance had been a staff writer focusing on tech, politics and media. Prior to joining The Atlantic in 2014, she...

Avengers: Infinity War's Children of Thanos revealed, here's a look at their outfits and comics backstory

Ready to see the next group of space-cretins ready to make life very difficult for the heroes of Avengers: Infinity War? Marvel Digital Media executive editor Ryan Penagos showed off detailed images of the Children of Thanos and members of the Black Order taken from the D23 Disney expo

TOP STRATEGIST: Bitcoin will soar to over $20,000 by cannibalizing gold

Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein discusses a recent research note from Fundstrat's Tom Lee says bitcoin could be a true substitute for gold and cannibalize some of the $7.5 trillion market. Lee estimates the cryptocurrency could be worth $20,300 by 2022. Show More Summary

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