Like entitlements, most tax cuts don't get the annual scrutiny that direct spending does. They should.
'Congestion pricing' is a better alternative to charging taxes based on the number of miles driven. It would save the government money, and it would save taxpayers time.
Too much of the aid money intended for India's poor is getting absorbed by the wrong people. Would another system work?
IMF doesn't just need a new leader, it needs a new mission focused on growth.
International tax experts say that the US lags behind other nations in terms of corporate tax reform. Is there any hope of changing the system?
Single family home sales were 12.6 percent lower than a year ago, and the median selling price was 5.4 percent lower
The LinkedIn IPO had a wildly successful day on Wall Street. The LinkedIn IPO is likely to be followed by others.
The financial crisis knocked Las Vegas flat. Will it suffer the same woeful fate as Detroit?
China's rising fast. How soon will it take the lead in global wealth and innovation?
Having its own currency and a printing press makes it easier for a country to spend more, but it doesn't rule out a financial crisis
Richard Bernstein, a Wall Street veteran, thinks that Chinese stocks should be avoided and Europe might surprise us. Should we be listening?
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