Features by Tracey Samuelson
Posted In: The Fed, Federal Reserve, regulatory capture, Banks, Congress
The Senate grills the president of the New York Fed about perceived coziness with the banks and people it oversees.
Posted In: student loan, student loan debt
Wells Fargo has launched a loan modification program for student loan customers.
Posted In: Uber, pr, bad PR
Consumers don't seem overly concerned about questionable conduct by Uber execs.
Posted In: elderly, aging, Health, fountain of youth
Researchers are optimistic about recent efforts to delay the effects of aging and, perhaps, extend life spans.
Posted In: stock exchange, hong kong, China, investors
It’s a big deal for investors, for whom it's now a lot easier to invest in China.
Posted In: basketball, Adidas, Nike, Air Jordans
Thanks to the Air Jordan, Nike has over 90 percent of the basketball shoe market.
Posted In: India, China, tariffs, trade pacts
The U.S. cleared hurdles to send two major trade agreements forward.
Posted In: scott stringer, comptroller, shareholders, accountability
New York Comptroller Scott Stringer is teaming up with institutional investors to lobby 75 companies to allow shareholders to nominate directors for election to their boards. This is a bold move to make boards more accountable, and it’s supported by some heavyweight investors.
Posted In: minimum wage, 2014 elections, ballot initiatives, Congress
Voters in four states voted to increase the minimum wage.
Posted In: McDonalds, game plan, regulation, menu
The company's "one size fits all" approach has been losing a lot of money.