Senate Finance’s Baucus: U.S. Headed Toward Fiscal Crisis Like Europe
Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., said Monday that any tax reform plan “must be developed with a sound budget in mind that reduces deficits and debt.”
Why Washington Remains Graveyard of Bipartisan Dreams: News Analysis
Despite the pious talk of deficit-cutting centrists about the need to stop kicking the can down the road, a grand compromise will likely elude us until a leader emerges, Democrat or Republican, who can win over a large majority of the public to his vision of our society.
Grail Advisors Files for DoubleLine-Managed Emerging Markets ETF
Grail to use DoubleLine Capital's EM fixed-income team headed by Luz Padilla
FCIC Subpoenas Goldman Sachs
The Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (FCIC) issued a subpoena to Goldman Sachs on June 7, requiring the firm to produce documents and witnesses it has failed to provide, according to an announcement and timeline from the FCIC.
FCIC Subpoenas Goldman Sachs & Co.
The Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act of 2009 gives FCIC power to compel Goldman Sachs to produce missing witnesses and documents.
Pension Reform Still Alive on the Hill
While members of Congress concede that overhauling Social Security is off the table this year, industry officials are optimistic that Congress will finish this year...
The Capitol Solution
The Congressman who will be most influential in fixing Social Security and tax reform is now on a crusade to remedy all of the nation's...
Senate Retreats After Brief Assault on 60/40 Rule
WASHINGTON (HedgeWorld.com)--The U.S. Senate passed a package of amendments to its version of the Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003 Tuesday evening,...