As Trump is about to be sworn in, the press and pundits are agog about his and his fellow Cabinet members’ deep and extensive conflicts of interest, and how dangerous they is for democracy.1 But the hue and cry about conflicts of interest is late in coming. They’ve been tolerated more and more over time […]
Pension-corruption-fighter/state Treasurer Curt Loftis is under attack. Urge everyone you know in South Carolina to come to his defense.
The oh-so-clever Trump plan to use tax credits to fund infrastructure spending means it will be too small and slow to provide any real boost.
More on Uber's questionable prospects and the dubious defenses offered by boosters, in this case, "Freakonomics" professor Stephen Levitt.
Hubert Horan answers questions about his series on Uber.
Why Uber is the taxi industry's high cost producer and cannot grow into profitability.
Uber's financials statements and economics shows a complete lack of progress towards profit and no reason to expect significant improvement.
The outlines of how Trump will govern are emerging from the fog, as revealed by his Cabinet picks. As expected, there is a lot not to like.
This while Mississippi ranks 49th in state corruption.
CalPERS is considering a bold move, that of bringing private equity in house to reduce egregious fees and improve net returns.