Monthly Archives: November 2011

More to the Story: The Reality of Financial Services Post Crisis

Zach Goldfarb’s recent article, “Wall Street’s resurgent prosperity frustrates its claims, and Obama’s” (November 6), lays out a number of concerns of how the financial services industry has operated since the financial crisis. Data show there is much more to … Continue reading

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Gallup News:U.S. Unemployment Improves in October

Some promising news from Gallup in the area of unemployment. Unemployment, as measured by Gallup without seasonal adjustment, is at 8.4% at the end of October, down from 8.7% in September and 9.2% in August. Unemployment was at 8.3% in … Continue reading

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Laura J. Lane, an American Hero

I note that Laura Lane is leaving CitiGroup on good terms and starting a new phase of her career as Head of UPS Government Affairs. 200 countries, 90 employees. Full responsibility over UPS policy and government relations. What you may … Continue reading

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