Archive for June 7th, 2017

Every successful company in our nation started as a small enterprise on a Main Street somewhere in America. Take Remington Arms and Chobani as examples: two local companies that today are among the most successful large corporations in the country. The key to driving their success was the ability to start small and scale big. Under Dodd-Frank, too many Americans with the drive and passion to create and innovate havent had the opportunity to turn the outlines of their dreams into concrete realities.
In 2010, the Dodd-Frank Act was passed by Democrats in Washington as a response to the worst…

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Don't be so quick to spend those Powerball lottery winnings. You won't walk away with as much as you think.

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Oil tumbled to its lowest in five weeks as an unexpected increase in U.S. crude and gasoline stockpiles stoked fears that the global supply glut will remain unabated.

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Its hard to say exactly when, but sometime in the early part of the 21st century downtown Los Angeless skyline changed. And not in an inspiring way.
What lent it somewhat of a depressing feel was the nature of the name tenants on its tall buildings. While at one time they were global banks and companies, by the early 21st the skyscrapers included law and accounting firms as their headline occupants. That relatively prosaic firms could command name tenant status plainly signaled the decline of downtown Los Angeles as a headquarter locale for major businesses. There are countless…

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The U.S. House is scheduled to debate and vote on the CHOICE Act in early June 2017. The CHOICE Act attempts to address many of the shortcomings of Dodd-Frank, whose worthy objectives were the safety, resilience, efficiency, and transparency of our financial system. Ironically, Dodd-Frank has led to drastic diminished credit availability for low-income Americans – the very people the law was supposed to help. Equally important, community banks (that service disproportionately large shares of agricultural, residential mortgage, and small business loans) have been particularly adversely…

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The Office of Management and Budget says the fee would be assessed when stores sign up and would require renewal after five years.

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For investors in highflying shares, there is an awareness that the conflicting sentiments of greed and fear must be balanced.

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Oil declined as U.S. industry data showed gasoline stockpiles expanded at a time they typically fall, while Nigeria pressed on with the resumption of a key export grade.

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Effort to aid this sector may fizzle because it's wrapped into a bill that's facing fierce opposition for other reasons

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Retirement satisfaction isn't what it used to be, and the reasons may surprise you.

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Millennials are driving a resurgence of age-old crafts, choosing to become bartenders, butchers and barbers in part as a reaction to the digital age.

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<p>U.S. equities traded higher on Wednesday as investors awaited three key events slated for Thursday.</p>

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<p>U.S. equities opened slightly higher on Wednesday as investors awaited three key events slated for Thursday.</p>

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Delays may go down, but costs could go up.

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Gas prices around the world are converging as more of the fuel is liquefied and moved by tanker, while producers are turning countries into consumers by helping them build new infrastructure.

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