Is Warren Buffett a Hypocrite on Taxes?
Hold the pickles, hold the lettuce, special tax deals don’t upset Warren Buffett, who's having it his way with the Burger King tax inversion.
Are Asset Managers Now Too Big to Fail?
Dodd-Frank comes under renewed criticism, including from one of its authors, as some regulators want to declare the likes of BlackRock "systemically important."
Making It to Hall of Fame; Assessing Year Ahead; Following the Dumb Money: December Research—Slideshow
The December issue of Research features the magazine's 22nd annual Advisor Hall of Fame, a benchmark of industry excellence. The annual Research Roundtable also appears in the December issue, as our expert panel looks ahead to the financial and economic outlook for 2013.
Predictions by Fisher, Gundlach, Rodriguez: Research’s All-Star Roundtable
A Research Roundtable of five distinguished names, including Kenneth Fisher, Jeffrey Gundlach and Robert Rodriguez, serve up their best analytic thinking and forecast how critical situations could shape up next year.
Advice for the Next President; High Returns With Low Risk: September Research—Slideshow
The September issue of Research puts a prime focus on the upcoming election. In "Where Will They Steer Us?" Nicole Gelinas of the Manhattan Institute looks at Wall Street reform. In "A Bold New Direction," Senior Editor Kenneth Silber sketches out a radical tax overhaul. Other highlights of the issue...
Puzzling Over Dodd-Frank, Profiting From Social Networks: July Research—Slideshow
In Research magazine's July cover story, Manhattan Institute scholar Nicole Gelinas ennumerates ongoing uncertainties about the landmark legislation's scope and significance. Also in the issue, Ellen Uzelac looks at social media's potential.
Two years after the passage of Dodd-Frank, I think it is fair to say the landmark financial reform legislation has not inspired a lot of love.