Best Finance Tweets of the Month: January 2015
From the Charlie Hebdo massacre to the Snowpocalypse that wasn't to the winter conference circuit.
Finke: Is Cash Value Life Insurance Disappearing?
Close examination reveals complexity—and opportunity—in life insurance buying trends.
Goolsbee: 3 Things That Will Save U.S. Economy (and 3 That Won’t)
The characteristics that will save the U.S. from Washington's "craziness" have been here all along, former Obama aide Austan Goolsbee says.
Jack Welch Slams Critics, Defends Twitter Comments About Jobs Numbers
The management guru and former General Electric CEO responded Wednesday to the firestorm of criticism created by his tweet in response to employment figures.
NAPFA Goes to Chicago for Biggest-Ever Annual Conference
NAPFA's biggest-ever national conference, from May 8 to 11 in Chicago, will tackle topics such as practice management, alternative investing strategies, tax planning and more.
The Stimulus Three Years On: Did It Help the Economy?
Three years after President Barack Obama signed the stimulus bill, a jury of eminent economists is retrospectively voting its approval of the controversial stimulus measure. Still, a minority of the surveyed economists remain unimpressed with the spending bill.
Goolsbee: ‘Groundhog Day’ Over Payroll Tax Cut Will Continue
Austan Goolsbee, former chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, appeared on Bloomberg T.V. with Margaret Brennan Tuesday to discuss the Republican field of candidates, the payroll tax cut fight and the overall state of the economy.
Jobless Rate Hits 9.1%; Private Sector Payrolls Increase
The unemployment rate reached 9.1% in May, while 54,000 non-farm jobs were added during the month.
Obama Administration Lobbied S&P to Prevent Outlook Downgrade
Statements by senior administration officials belie eleventh hour maneuvering.
White House, Treasury Criticize S&P's Negative Outlook
White House economic advisor Austan Goolsbee calls S&P's move a ‘political judgment that doesn’t deserve much weight.’