U.S. companies would supposedly repatriate billions of dollars back into the country, boosting the national economy.
Stories at TheStreet
All of my stories written at TheStreet, 2013-2018
Can Jack Dorsey’s Square Succeed in Micro-Lending to Food Carts and Shop Owners?
It’s one thing to process transactions. but quite another to behave like a bank.
What Happens to U.S. Companies If Trump or Sanders Roll Back Free Trade?
In the event that Donald Trump or Bernie Sanders becomes president, the rulesRead More
Cable Stocks Tumble as Obama Calls for ‘Free and Open Internet’
President Obama makes clear he wants the FCC to pass net neutrality rules.
Tim Cook’s Gay Declaration Needs a Whole Lot More CEO Support
Tim Cook’s proclamation is a good start, but more corporate leaders need to come out as well, say supporters.
Big Media Is Doing Just Fine, Thank You
Time Warner, CBS and Viacom are poised to meet or exceed earnings expectations.
Bloomberg News Stories
Two years worth of Bloomberg News stories on Emerging Markets: Russia, Brazil, India and China. A ton of stories.
Billionaire Cisneros Seeks to Buy Spanish Companies Amid Debt Crisis
The Venezuelan billionaire isn’t shy about trying to take full advantage of Europe’s debt crisis.
Kerry Credits Chicago Economist Goolsbee to Debunk Privatization Plan
Goolsbee’s study showed that investment firms would be the real winners if social security were privatized.
The Big Business of Cheap Luxury
The “cult of luxury” has seduced consumers more interested in flaunting logos than in owning exquisitely made items.
Hedge Fund Activist Turns Up the Heat on Corporate America
Bill Ackman is forcing major corporations to grapple with the very aggressive shareholder.
KPMG admits to $2.5 billion tax fraud
KPMG says it set up fraudulent tax shelters for its wealthiest clients.
The Fall of the Redskins Brand
How Washington Redskin owner Dan Snyder let social media take over the conversation.
Community Groups Anxious Over Bank One Sale to J.P. Morgan
Neighborhood and minority organizations fear rise in predatory lending, branch closings.
Russia Protests Fuel World’s Biggest Markets Decline
Protests against Prime Minister Vladimir Putin surge amid weakening economy.