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Legislators in Washington are up in arms over a wave of companies pursuing overseas acquisitions so they can escape high U.S. taxes. But can the capital flight be stopped?
Despite the Justice Department’s ruling in the Bank of America mortgage case, it’s unlikely those hurt most will get any money, or that the outcome will prevent a re-occurrence.
The book 'A New Era in Banking: The Landscape After the Battle' examines the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead for the banking industry.
American psychologist Abraham Maslow is best known for his seminal research on the hierarchy of innate human needs, but his work also has a surprising application for businesses models and[…]
The housing boom of the mid 2000s spread from one neighboring locale to another in the U.S. Local fundamentals have only a limited ability to account for contagion, suggesting that[…]
Puerto Rico faces perhaps the most significant financial hurdles of anywhere in the United States. Can the island turn its economy around?
A new book by Wharton's Richard Marston dispels some common beliefs about what Americans need to save for retirement.
A recent survey from the Federal Reserve shows that a third of American households believe they are financially worse off than they were five years ago. Mark Zandi, chief economist[…]
Argentina's default issues will probably be resolved without major disruptions in the medium term, experts say, while warning that some major risks remain.
Venture capital has played a big role in the development of Israel's start-up community. Now, Israel's private equity sector is also coming of age.