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Jobs, like water, always seem to run downhill

Jul 21, 2014
A cautionary tale about the end game of offshoring.

Weekly Wrap: Duck hunting and the Fed

Jul 18, 2014
John Carney from the Wall Street Journal and Nela Richardson from Redfin
House Construction Building Shell

'Bad' housing numbers might reflect good news

Jul 17, 2014
Or maybe a chilly spring in North Carolina. Experts are still puzzling it out.
Posted In: housing market, housing starts
Trulia

Don't blame millennials. Blame the middle-aged!

Jul 17, 2014
Young Americans are buying houses at the same rate as they did in the 1990's.
Posted In: Housing, millennials, Economy, Analysis

Pardon my (economic) language

Jul 16, 2014
Here's a new economic indicator for you: The frequency of CEO profanity.
Posted In: CEOs, economic indicators, recession, language
Central Valley farmers drilling water

California farms pumping water to make up for drought

Jul 16, 2014
Farmers face stark cutbacks in irrigation water but are pumping their own
Posted In: California drought 2014, drought, farmers

Dallas Fed Chair: Time to lose monetary "beer goggles"

Jul 16, 2014
Chairman Richard W. Fisher says the nation's monetary policy needs to sober up.
Posted In: Federal Reserve, Dallas, monetary policy

Bank of America could shell out as much as $10 billion

Jul 16, 2014
A look at how much Bank of America has set aside for mortgage settlements.
Posted In: mortgage crisis, Bank of America, earnings report

Washington's still kicking the can down the road

Jul 16, 2014
Washington has been dysfunctional for years now. Will things ever change?
Posted In: monetary policy, Washington D.C.

If California were divided into six states...

Jul 15, 2014
In which direct democracy shoots itself in the foot.
Posted In: california, Silicon Valley, ballot initiatives

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