Health-Care Realities The Chinese Renminbi is Going Down, Not Up First, Let's Lower the Bar They Need to Borrow How Much? Really? Irish Eyes Are Not Smiling La Jolla, New York and a Forbes Cruise China's currency is rising ever so slowly against the dollar. But is that hurting China? We will...
August Surprise from Obama? The Problem with Pensions Whither China? Sadly, I find myself with more than enough time to compose yet another Thoughts from the Frontline in an airport, as a flight booking error has me at JFK for six hours instead of fishing in Maine. Details for those interested or amused...
Time for a Reality Check World Trade Is Falling Off a Cliff European Bank Losses Dwarf Those in the US Geithner: "You Can't Handle the Truth" Earnings Will Get Even Worse Orlando, Colorado Springs, New York, and Las Vegas It is not just the US that is in recession. The world is slowing...
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