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Jon Steinberg, Buzzfeed's president, says Facebook is behind a lot of the traffic that goes to sites such as Huffington Post, Time.com and the Daily Mail Online. Steinberg tells StockTwits Executive Editor Phil Pearlman that Facebook's earnings show that it has an edge in the mobile ad market, positioning the company for profit growth. (October 24, 2012)
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Entrepreneur Eli Broad says the money he's putting into education reform is working in cities across the nation. He also praises the changes in downtown Los Angeles and says he believes gun control still has a chance of succeeding in Congress.
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Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia says democracy becomes a farce when judges vote to ban the death penalty. The justice appeared at an event with Bryan A. Garner, co-author of their book "Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts," and Reuters Editor-In-Chief Stephen J. Adler. (September 18, 2012)
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Ex-ECB chief Jean-Claude Trichet plays down his correspondence he with the Dublin - the so-called "Trichet Letters" - in the run-up to Ireland asking for a bailout in late 2010.
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Investing in companies that have land holdings can be lucrative but investors need to survey the sites on a firm's books, hedge fund partner Todd Sullivan of Rand Strategic Partners tells StockTwits executive editor Phil Pearlman. (October 3, 2012)
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Don't be fooled by Washington's political theater, economist Jeffrey Sachs tells Reuters columnist David Rohde. The Columbia University economist says he doubts that the two political parties will "drive us into disaster" by failing to compromise before federal law imposes severe budget cuts and tax increases at the end of the year. Sachs also calls on Washington to reorient the economy to restore growth through long-term investments. (November 12, 2012)
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Rep. Tom Cole (R-Oklahoma) says he is optimistic
Republicans and Democrats will reach a deal to avert the fiscal cliff. Speaking to Tom Ferraro of Reuters, Cole adds that a vote to extend tax cuts for middle- income Americans, opposed by Speaker Boehner, would be "a victory for common sense" and would help the GOP in the larger debt fight to come. (December 6, 2012)
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Avenue Capital Group's Marc Lasry explains why many in his industry declined to back President Obama leading up to the election. Lasry did support the president. (November 29, 2012)
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The S&P 500's plunge in the wake of the U.S. presidential election is not enough to end the market's current bull run, says J.C. Parets, a market technician and managing director of Eagle Bay Capital. Parets outlines a few trades based on his outlook for the rest of the year. (November 13, 2012)
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At David Kotok's annual fishing retreat in Maine, attendees share their thoughts with Reuters correspondent Luciana Lopez on when the Fed will start to taper.
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Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia says Judge Richard Posner's assessment that he relied on legislative history in the D.C. v. Heller gun rights case is "to put it bluntly, a lie." Scalia and his "Reading Law" co-author Bryan Garner spoke with Reuters Editor-in-Chief Stephen J. Adler. (Sept. 17, 2012)
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With student loan debt in the trillions, Reuters' Chrystia Freeland asks Harvard University President Drew Faust about the rising cost of higher education, from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. (January 23, 2012)
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Sidney Rittenberg, former member of China's Communist Party and translator for Mao Zedong, is positive on China's new leadership but says the Party is far from its founding ideals. (November 12, 2012)
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Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia explained the concepts of originalism and textualism when he appeared at a live event with Bryan A. Garner, co-author of their book "Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts," and Reuters Editor-In-Chief Stephen J. Adler. (September 18, 2012)
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Aug 12 - Reuters Columnist Zachary Karabell talks to entrepreneur & New York City mayoral candidate Jack Hidary about how the country's largest city can grow its economy by welcoming tech startups from abroad.
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James Goodale, who represented the New York Times in the Pentagon Papers case, tells Reuters Global Editor-at-Large Sir Harold Evans that President Obama is fast becoming the worst president ever when it comes to defending freedom of the press. Goodale is the author of "Fighting for the Press: The Inside Story of the Pentagon Papers and Other Battles."
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Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook's COO, describes her journey to the top but says women face serious challenges now. She also details her relationship with CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
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Apple shareholders shouldn't sweat the recent selloff, says Scott Kessler of S&P Capital IQ. He maintains his "strong buy" rating on the company, telling StockTwits Executive Editor Phil Pearlman that Apple's growth trajectory is strong in every category. (December 6, 2012)
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Maine Senator-elect Angus King, an Independent who will caucus with Democrats, tells Reuters Correspondent Tom Ferraro he believes lawmakers are ready to reach across the aisle to resolve the "fiscal cliff" and the larger U.S. debt problem.
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Joseph Stiglitz, Nobel Prize winner and Columbia University economics professor, tells Reuters correspondent Jennifer Ablan that President Obama "hasn't done enough" and Mitt Romney "doesn't have any proposals" to solve the housing crisis. (October 24, 2012)
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Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia says a justice who seeks to be a "consensus builder" may actually misinterpret constitutional meaning by trying to meet "halfway". Scalia spoke with Reuters Editor-in-Chief Stephen Adler at an event at Reuters' headquarters.
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Ping Fu, co-founder of Geomagic, shares her harrowing personal story with Reuters Editor-at-Large Sir Harold Evans. Fu, author of "Bend, Don't Break," talks about growing up during China's Cultural Revolution and how she came to the United States with next to nothing and managed to build her own software company. (January 16, 2013)
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Jason Ader, CEO of Ader Investment Management, says the SEC investigation into Steven Cohen and his SAC Capital demonstrates due diligence needed to invest in hedge funds and alternative investments
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London Mayor Boris Johnson says he would campaign to keep Britain in the European Union if it renegotiates its EU membership.
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Reuters' Bobbi Rebell talks with Alan Mulally, CEO of the Ford Motor Company, and Jim Farley, SVP of Global Sales and Marketing, as they re-introduce the Lincoln brand and discuss their celebrity-filled strategy to navigate the fiscal cliff and expand into China. (December 3, 2012)
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Find out how an Ivy league institution, Columbia University, is facing the challenge of rapid global and technological change. Lee C. Bollinger, President of Columbia University, talks with Thomson Reuters Consumer News Editor Chrystia Freeland.
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Former U.S. pay czar Kenneth Feinberg says politics has seeped into the financial regulatory process, causing it to grind to a halt. Former FDC Chair Sheila Bair and M&T Bank CEO Robert Wilmers also weigh in on the need for political leadership in the financial industry during a panel discussion moderated by Reuters Breakingviews Editor Rob Cox at the Rand Corporation's Politics Aside conference in Santa Monica, Calif. (November 27, 2012)
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Combining market research and gangster rap to uncover fraud in China, the founder of Muddy Waters Research tells Reuters why he thinks Beijing's all crunked up. He also waxes on Apple. Should Tim Cook be worried?
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Joseph Stiglitz, the Nobel Prize winner and Columbia University
economics professor, talks with Reuters correspondent Jennifer Ablan about some of the biggest challenges facing the global economy today. (Oct 24, 2012)
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In the wake of the Connecticut school shootings, Congressman John Larson (D-Conn) - chairman of the House Democratic Caucus - says he hopes legislation to tighten federal gun laws might clear Congress during the current "lame duck" session. (December 18, 2012)
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Sub-Saharan Africa will be home to 7 of the world's 10 fastest growing economies in the next five years. U.S. Sen. Christopher Coons joins top African investment managers and business leaders before a live audience to identify key opportunities and ways to address risks, in a panel moderated by Editor-at-Large Sir Harold Evans. (September 27, 2012)
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Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia called Judge Richard Posner's critique of his D.C. v. Heller opinion "a lie," Roe v. Wade "a lousy opinion," and said he was "enraged" by claims that the Supreme Court is politicized. (September 17, 2012)
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Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia strongly dismissed the idea that politics influences how the justices make their decisions, saying, "They vote that way because that's who they are." Scalia spoke to Reuters Editor-in-Chief Stephen J. Adler at an event at Reuters' headquarters. (September 17, 2012)
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Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah)says a mere $23 billion separates the two sides from a deal on Bush era tax cuts that would avoid the "fiscal cliff" on December 31st. Hatch tells Reuters Capitol Hill reporter Tom Ferraro it's up to President Obama to assert leadership and find a way to mesh the opposing Democratic and Republican positions into an acceptable deal. (November 27, 2012)
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Intelligence experts discuss strategies for dealing with terrorism. Former Saudi Intelligence chief Prince Turki Al Faisal, former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State James Dobbins and others talk with Reuters columnist David Rohde in a panel called "Countering Terrorist Threats, Real and Imagined" at Rand Corporation's "Politics Aside" conference in Santa Monica, Calif. (November 21, 2012)
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Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia says the idea of term limits for Supreme Court and federal judges would make it harder to attract the best talent to those spots, especially from private practice. Scalia spoke with Reuters Editor-in-Chief Stephen J. Adler at an event at Reuters' headquarters (September 17, 2012)
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Internationally renowned sovereign debt adviser Lee C. Buchheit sits down with Reuters columnist Felix Salmon to discuss his efforts in Greece, what's next for Spain and Italy and the future of the euro zone. (November 15, 2012)
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Scott Price, President and CEO of Walmart Asia, says his firm plans to keep opening stores across China in the face of new data showing the pace of Chinese economic growth may be slowing. (September 11, 2012)
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Spain must follow Greece and implement tough reforms. But that's where comparisons between the two end. And ECB bond buying is no substitute for govt policy, says ex-ECB chief Jean-Claude Trichet.
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Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt says there's a fight going on to save personal privacy on the Web, and the General Petraeus scandal illustrates just some of the issues we face. Schmidt talks with Reuters West Coast Bureau Chief Jonathan Weber at the RAND Corp.'s "Politics Aside" conference in Culver City, Calif. (November 17, 2012)
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Jean-Claude Trichet looks back at his 8 years as ECB president. We ask him if he has any regrets, what were his most anxious moments, and if he misses the job.
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Mark Wiseman, President & CEO of the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is investing $175 billion dollars on behalf of the citizens of Canada. He tells Reuters' Chrystia Freeland where he is looking for long-term investments. (January 24, 2013)
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President Obama's support for manufacturing is encouraging, but his policy repeats past mistakes, says Harvard Business School's Gary Pisano, co-author of "Producing Prosperity." (October 17, 2012)
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Emerging markets guru Mark Mobius discusses the upcoming China leadership transition and why he remains confident on the Chinese economy despite its recent slowdown. Lisa Yuriko Thomas reports. (October 15, 2012)
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Brian Shannon, technical analyst and author of AlphaTrends.net, says Intel's shares show no signs of turning around in the near term. But the market overall is another story: Shannon tells StockTwits executive editor Phil Pearlman the S&P 500 seems likely to continue its upward march barring any external shocks. (October 17, 2012)
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The ex-ECB chief speaks to Reuters on managing internal ECB differences - notably between German inflation hawks and others - the bank's mandate, and continuity under his successor Mario Draghi.
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St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard, a non-voting member of the Fed, explains to Reuters' Alister Bull why he would not have supported the central bank's new easing policy. (September 18, 2012)
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Investor Jim Rogers says he has never invested in Russia, though he has bet against the country's currency. But potential reforms from Russian President Vladimir Putin could get him to consider investing there. (September 12, 2012)
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Will China's rise lead to the end of capitalism? Will armies of robots replace the world's workforce? And will China be able to block Facebook and Google forever? Risk expert Ian Bremmer and Dr. Doom, Nouriel Roubini give their 2013 predictions for politics and the economy to Reuters Digital Editor Chrystia Freeland. (January 14, 2013)
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Saker Nusseibeh, CEO of Hermes Investment Managers, says the underlying strength of the U.S. economy will be one of the major themes that will drive investment in 2013. (November 27, 2012)
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Former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair, former U.S. pay czar Kenneth Feinberg and M&T Bank CEO Robert Wilmers talk with Reuters Breakingviews Editor Rob Cox at Rand Corporation's Politics Aside conference in Santa Monica, Calif., about the best ways to tackle the problematic too-big-to-fail doctrine. (November 27, 2012)
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Gene Sperling, director of the White House National Economic Council, pushes back against reports that immigration reform is "dead on arrival" in the House of Representatives after the landmark passage of a reform bill in the Senate.
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Jul 3 - Egypt is getting the attention right now but Europe remains a serious concern for the global economy, in part because of high unemployment among the young, says Reuters columnist Zachary Karabell.
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Kurt Andersen, host of public radio's "Studio 360," tells Reuters Opinion Editor James Ledbetter that companies are producing great content and using new business models that spur different modes of consumption, all of which is propelling TV into one of its best phases. They spoke at the Aspen Ideas Festival.
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Attorney David Boies, who fought to end California's ban on same-sex marriage, says similar laws will be overturned in states through legislation, ballot initiatives and court decisions. Boise spoke with Reuters Opinion Editor Jim Ledbetter at the Aspen Ideas Festival.
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The best way for tech companies, from search engines to social media, to protect their users' privacy is to simply stop storing their data, says Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian. Ohanian spoke with Reuters Opinion Editor Jim Ledbetter at the Aspen Ideas Festival.
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The sell-off in stocks and bonds that followed Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's latest comments were an overreaction, says Carlyle Group co-founder David Rubenstein, but it showed that the central bank should provide greater details of its plans to end bond purchases. Rubenstein spoke with Reuters Breakingviews Editor Rob Cox at the Aspen Ideas Festival.
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According to a Gallup Poll of professional occupations, journalists have a 24% approval rating. Even bankers score higher. Steve Clemons, Steve Adler, Ezra Klein, Reena Ninan and Alexis Ohanian discuss the challenges the digital revolution has brought to news organizations.
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Big banks' bad reputation stems in part from their past mistakes, said former Minnesota governor Tim Pawlenty, now president and CEO of Financial Services Roundtable. Pawlenty talked about his new role as Wall Street's man in Washington with Reuters Breakingviews Editor Rob Cox at the Aspen Ideas Festival.
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NASA will launch a probe to orbit and study the Sun, hoping to learn ways to predict solar flares that could fry satellites and wipe out the U.S. power grid. Smithsonian astrophysicist Justin Kasper is one of the team's leaders, and he sat down with Reuters at the Aspen Ideas Festival to talk about the mission.
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Black's Law Dictionary's Editor-in-Chief Bryan Garner takes a pop quiz from Reuters' Legal Editor Alison Frankel on Schumer Boxes and some of the other strange expressions that have made it into Black's. (September 19, 2012)
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As JPMorgan boss Jamie Dimon won a critical shareholder vote Tuesday, JPMorgan director Lee Raymond sought to reassure investors that the board had things under control. But his comments should raise eyebrows, not ease worries, says Reuters Breakingviews columnist Antony Currie.
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Mar. 15 - As the CeBit IT fair winds down, SAP CEO Jim Snabe grabs a glass of wine and shares his thoughts on running, sailing and successful leadership.
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Giordano Lombardo, CIO of Pioneer Investments, says he will continue to invest in euro zone equities and avoid safe haven government bonds in 2013. (November 27, 2012)
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Jun 18 - Forget the NSA's spying program! What really will shape our future is the Fed, according to Reuters Columnist Zachary Karabell. He speaks to former Treasury official David Malpass.
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Jun 13 - Reuters Columnist Zachary Karabell has the latest on what you should really fear when it comes to other organizations using your data.
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Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein, speaking at a Politico event, says an "anti-compromise" environment in Congress - and another looming fight over the debt ceiling - are straining the U.S. economy. (June 13, 2013)
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Mar. 13 - Ahead of the annual CeBit IT fair in Hannover, SAP's co-CEO Jim Snabe shares his thoughts on his industry, his competitors and his hopes to win new business.
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Jun 7 - Don't get distracted by whether the Fed will wind down bond buying, according to Reuters Columnist Zachary Karabell. Instead focus on the U.S.- China summit.
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May 31 - Reuters Columnist Zachary Karabell on why you should be investing in the tech revolution and not be distracted by recent political scandals in DC.
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Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says her country must move away from its reliance on commodity exports and won't be able to sustain job growth unless it focuses on manufacturing.
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Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says the audit of her country's government has not dampened growth momentum, and feels further reforms will be implemented in land laws and in education
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Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says political stability and targeted double-digit growth will increase foreign interest, and is confident companies like Chevron and Exxon will invest there.
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Securities & Exchange Commissioner Elisse Walter tells Reuters the SEC action against Harrisburg, PA is a message to municipal authorities that financial anti-fraud regulations apply equally to them.
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Blackstone Group CEO Steven Schwarzman, once a fierce Obama critic, says he now has good personal ties with the President and has joined a White House initiative on hiring military veterans.
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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is looking into a 'bogus' tweet on the Associated Press Twitter account that sent markets into a sudden tailspin, SEC Commissioner Daniel Gallagher said.
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Thomson Reuters Digital Editor Chrystia Freeland speaks with Mark Carney, incoming governor at the Bank of England, about the challenges he'll face at the central bank and his outlook for Europe.
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Incoming Bank of England governor Mark Carney explains where he differs with the IMF on austerity, central bank inflation targeting and how he was made Bank of England chief even though he's Canadian.
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April 18 - The work of economists Carmen Reinhart & Kenneth Rogoff has come under fire and outgoing Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney says their research carries great insight but he doubts the 90% threshold.
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Former White House budget directors David Stockman and Peter Orszag spar over the stimulus, healthcare, defense spending and whether President Eisenhower was a monetary genius in a debate moderated by Sir Harold Evans at Reuters' headquarters
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David Stockman, President Reagan's budget director, says the government should've let insurer AIG go into in bankruptcy instead of bailing it out during the financial crisis. None of the policyholders would've been hurt, adds Stockman, who debated former Obama budget director Peter Orszag.
(April 01, 2013)
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Mar. 14 - Analysts or the media -- who's a more important audience for SAP CEO Jim Snabe? And are headwinds becoming tailwinds as Europe emerges from crisis mode?
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Hiroshi Mikitani, the CEO of Rakuten says he believes he can take away business from Amazon by creating a real connection between the merchant and the customer and by facilitating a unique shopping destination.
(March 25, 2013)
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Hiroshi Mikitani, the CEO of Rakuten, says mandating that his employees speak English at work was tougher than expected; it slowed meetings and embarrassed senior managers. But Mikitani says he's sticking with it.
(March 25, 2013)
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Fred Krupp, Environmental Defense Fund president, tells Reuters Opinion Editor James Ledbetter that the U.S. is rapidly pursuing the extraction of natural gas using a process known as hydrofracking without proper rules to protect nearby groundwater. (October 8, 2012)
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Joseph Stiglitz, the Nobel Prize winner and Columbia University economics professor, tells Reuters correspondent Jennifer Ablan that he was surprised President Obama appointed Ben Bernanke to a second term as Federal Reserve chairman and that criticism of the central bank is rightly deserved. (October 24, 2012)
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The euro area will limp on with sclerotic growth rates before possibly blowing up, according to London's Mayor Boris Johnson.
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Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook's COO, says women in positions of authority set a better example for how to walk the work/home tightrope. Sandberg also says just as women are encouraged to lead, men should be pushed to be more nurturing.
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Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook's COO, says women now realize just how difficult it is to rise to the executive suite and achieve a satisfying life outside of the office. As a result, she believes that fewer of them will push to climb in the corporate world.
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Want to know which films stand to win the most statues at the Academy Awards? Applying models used to forecast elections, economist David Rothschild of Microsoft Research breaks down the probabilities in six of the top categories. (February 21, 2012)
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Jim Rogers, CEO of Rogers Holdings and author of "Street Smarts," tells Reuters Consumer News Editor Chrystia Freeland that China will ride out internal issues to lead the world. Rogers also says that Wall Street's ways will erode its stature and President Obama's ideas for reviving the economy will fail.
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The 21st Century will belong to China, says Jim Rogers, CEO of Rogers Holdings and author of "Street Smarts." While China may face domestic crises in coming years, Rogers tells Reuters Consumer News Editor Chrystia Freeland he sees these as natural hurdles on a nation's rise to power.
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Massive competition, increased regulation and staggering leverage make a career in Wall Street the wrong choice, says Jim Rogers, CEO of Rogers Holdings and author of "Street Smarts." Rogers tells Reuters Consumer News Editor Chrystia Freeland that aspiring MBAs should dump their degrees and go into farming.
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Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan sees improvement in the banking sector but cautions that debate over a financial crisis threatens consumer spending. He speaks with Chrystia Freeland, Thomson Reuters Consumer News editor. (January 25, 2013)
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Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan talks about the regulatory environment with Reuters' Chrystia Freeland, telling her that now his bank is in a much better place than before the 2008 crash. (January 25, 2013)
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Naheed Nenshi, Mayor of Calgary, says that until recently, Canada was confident that the Keystone XL pipeline would go ahead. He tells Reuters' Chrystia Freeland what needs to happen to make it a reality. (January 25, 2013)
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If the Keystone XL pipeline is blocked, Canada won't stop looking for ways to create markets for its commodities, the country's finance minister Jim Flaherty tells Reuters' Chrystia Freeland. (January 25, 2013)
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President Obama's stimulus program prevented the U.S. from falling into a depression and more of the same could boost the recovery, argues Alan Blinder, Princeton economist and former Federal Reserve vice chairman. In an interview with Reuters Editor-at-Large Sir Harry Evans, Blinder discusses his new book and why evidence that stimulus could work again is being ignored by policymakers. (January 22, 2013)
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IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde talks to Chrystia Freeland, editor of Thomson Reuters Consumer News, about the challenges of regulatory arbitrage, the need to promote job-based economic growth and the dire dangers from the U.S. debt ceiling fight (January 17, 2013). Transcript: http://reut.rs/1074jqq
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Christine Lagarde, managing director of the IMF, says the global economy risks "catastrophic" consequences if the U.S. fails to raise its debt ceiling. Lagarde tells Thomson Reuters Consumer News Editor Chrystia Freeland she's certain "serious people" in Washington would never let the U.S. fail to make payments that the country owes. (January 17, 2013)
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Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group president, says China jumping over Japan as a global economic power stoked tensions between the nations, which now "hate each other." Growing nationalism in each country and Japan's position as a key U.S. ally make the situation one of the biggest global financial risks of 2013. (January 14, 2013)
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Nouriel Roubini, often called "Dr. Doom" for his gloomy outlook, says even if the U.S. debt rating is downgraded and the country ends up in a double-dip recession the rest of the world still will turn to the dollar and Treasury bonds. (January 14, 2013)
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Nouriel Roubini, an economist and New York University professor, and Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group president, say extreme weather caused by climate change is hampering the global economy. One big problem: Poor nations have few incentives to address the issue because solutions could slow their economic growth. (January 14, 2013)
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Eurasia Group's just-released list of the top global threats goes far beyond the usual suspects such as Iran to highlight several emerging dangers. (January 7, 2013)
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If lawmakers cannot reach a deal averting automatic spending cuts and tax hikes, investors should park their money in staples like food, energy and healthcare, says Jeffrey Carter, author of the Points and Figures blog and former member of the CME board. Carter is overall optimistic on the U.S. economy in 2013 and sees any stock selloff after the weekend as a buying opportunity. (December 28, 2012)
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RIM will unveil a new handset on Jan. 30 but the company's efforts to create excitement ahead of the new phone's launch have depressed current product sales at a time when it already faces dwindling revenue, reporter Iain Marlow of the Globe & Mail tells Phil Pearlman, executive editor of StockTwits. (December 21, 2012)
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Dec. 20 - In an exclusive interview with Reuters, Irish PM Enda Kenny says his country will make a full return to capital markets in 2013. He also describes plans for the ailing economy and banking system.
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Dec. 20 - In an exclusive interview with Reuters, Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny talks about the challenges Europe faces next year, including the vexed issue of Ireland's promissory.
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Lockheed Martin CEO Robert Stevens tells Reuters that going over the fiscal cliff - meaning deep "sequester" cuts to defense and tax hikes - would likely trigger a long-term negative reaction in financial markets. If the cliff is avoided, Steven says a "virtuous cycle" of growth awaits the U.S. economy, fueled by liquidity and global demand. (December 13, 2012)
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Apple investors looking for guidance on when to buy and sell their shares could look to the implied volatility in Apple options. Jared Woodard of Condor Options explains how retail investors can use this tool as a guide to managing their portfolio. (December 12, 2012)
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In an interview with Reuters reporter Tom Ferraro, Arizona Senator-elect Jeff Flake - a Republican congressman since 2001-- explains his pessimism over the fiscal cliff talks and why he sees a more serious cliff looming ahead for the United States. (December 5, 2012)
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Ret. Gen. Peter Chiarelli, who was Army vice chief of staff and now is CEO of One Mind for Research, says budget cuts could strike the military unevenly, hurting vital programs. Chiarelli also discusses treating soldiers with post-traumatic stress while speaking with Rand Corporation President and CEO Michael Rich at Rand's Politics Aside conference in Santa Monica, Calif. (December 5, 2012)
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U.S. regulators are ramping up scrutiny of Chinese firms hoping to list their shares on American exchanges, making them more likely to stay home, says China Accounting Blog author Paul Gillis. (December 5, 2012)
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Ret. Gen. Peter Chiarelli, who was Army vice chief of staff and now is CEO of One Mind for Research, explains why he disagrees with the idea that the post-traumatic stress soldiers suffer is a disorder. He spoke with Rand Corporation President and CEO Michael Rich at Rand's Politics Aside conference in Santa Monica, Calif. (December 4, 2012)
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Engine maker Pratt & Whitney's president David Hess tells Reuters his firm, a unit of UTC, would see substantial job losses if Congress goes over the "fiscal cliff", triggering deep defense cuts on January 1.
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London Mayor Boris Johnson outlines how he thinks the UK should define its future in Europe, and argues that a fiscal union lacks democratic legitimacy and threatens the economy.
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London Mayor Boris Johnson's impromptu poll on whether the UK should stay in the EU, leave, or renegotiate its relationship around a model based on free trade and fewer barriers to business.
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Bill Frist, a medical doctor and former Senate majority leader, says the healthcare industry faces serious obstacles but he believes it ultimately will find its way. He speaks at the Rand Corporation's Politics Aside conference in Santa Monica, Calif., with author David Goldhill on a panel moderated by Reuters senior health and science correspondent Sharon Begley. (December 4, 2012)
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JCPenney is undergoing a major makeover to the new JCP from branding to store remodeling. Reuters' Phil Wahba sits down with Mike Fisher, the chief architect behind the JCP redesign, and chats about their strategy and whether or not it will resonate with their customers. (December 3, 2012)
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Even if the U.S. becomes the world's biggest oil producer, it still will need imported oil, says Maria Van der Hoeven, International Energy Agency executive director. (December 3, 2012)
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International sanctions against Iran are succeeding because they prevent 1 million barrels of oil from that country from hitting the market every day, says Maria Van der Hoeven, International Energy Agency executive director. She also says the potential for more oil from Iraq will shift energy production back to OPEC's favor and away from the U.S. after 2020. (December 3, 2012)
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In his second term, President Obama needs to devise a consistent and comprehensive energy policy, says Maria Van der Hoeven, International Energy Agency executive director. (December 3, 2012)
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Although former U.S. pay czar Kenneth Feinberg has made a career of administrating special funds for victims, he says it's not generally a good idea to create very public programs that only help a small segment of the population. (November 30, 2012)
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Expect equities to show decent returns in 2013 with a 'grand bargain' expected on the fiscal cliff, according to Omega Advisors' Steven Einhorn at the Reuters Investment Outlook Summit. (November 29, 2012)
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The Fed's latest stimulus plans are creating another bubble in junk bonds and Treasuries, according to Tad Rivelle, Fixed Income Chief Investment Officer at TCW. (November 29. 2012)
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Robert Hormats, undersecretary of state for economic growth, energy and environment, goes toe to toe with Nobel laureate Edmund Phelps on whether the government should spend on infrastructure to bolster the economy or cut spending. Their debate, including economist Stuart Hoffman and columnist Nicholas Wapshott, takes place at Rand Corporation's Politics Aside conference in Santa Monica, Calif. (November 29, 2012)
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Andreas Utermann, CIO of Allianz Global Investors, says high dividend shares will continue to do well in 2013, he'll look at Emerging Market local currency debt aswell as U.S. residental real estate. (November 29, 2012)
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Rod Paris, Head of Investments at Standard Life Investments, says his clients will move back up the risk curve in 2013 and they'll move further into income generating assets such as real estate. (November 29, 2012)
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Some of the smartest people in the world disagree on whether the government should slash or boost spending to try to bolster the economy. Reuters Editor-at-Large Sir Harold Evans moderates a discussion on the topic that includes Nobel laureate Edmund Phelps and Undersecretary of State Robert Hormats. (November 29, 2012)
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Rep. Barney Frank tells Reuters' Karey Wutkowski he is "not confident" but "hopeful" that a "fiscal cliff" deal can be reached between Democrats and Republicans in Congress. But the retiring lawmaker said ending or capping popular tax "loopholes" may be difficult. (November 28, 2012)
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Apple CEO Tim Cook could be the next executive to jump on the special dividend bandwagon, says Ivalyo Ivanhoff, director of research at StockTwits. Ivanhoff says the firm sits on a mountain of cash and Apple could pay out as much as $10 billion in a special dividend to its shareholders before the new year. (November 28, 2012)
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Description: At the Reuters Investment Summit Richard Cookson, CIO of Citi Private Bank, says he'll stay with high yield equities in 2013 preferring EU stocks over U.S. (November 28, 2012)
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Description: ING Deputy CIO, Jelle van der Giessen, tells the Reuters Investment Summit about his 2013 strategy of high yield emerging market debt, infrastructure and high dividend equities. (November 29, 2012)
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Ambassador James Dobbins discusses U.S. foreign policy and transitions of power around the globe with Reuters.com Opinion Editor James Ledbetter during the Rand Corporation's Politics Aside conference in Culver City, Calif. (November 27, 2012)
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Steven M. Gluckstern, the man behind the plan to use eminent domain to take over underwater mortgages says pressure is building for the federal government to solve the housing crisis. He tells Reuters' Matthew Goldstein the White House should release decisive policy within the next six months.
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FBI agents assigned to sniff out insider trading say they experienced a lull in cases this year because of a slowdown in M&A activity. But they say there is plenty of work ahead and that evolving technology brings new cases. (November 26, 2012)
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Economist Stephen Roach worries that the Federal Reserve's approach to stimulating the economy will lead to a bubble. Roach also discussed with former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair and other panelists at Rand Corporation's Politics Aside conference in Santa Monica, Calif., whether the government will resolve the fiscal cliff. (November 23, 2012)
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Hewlett Packard has made allegations of major accounting fraud at its British software firm, Autonomy. Lucy Marcus looks at the fall-out: apportioning blame, audit committees & board responsibility. (November 22, 2012)
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Former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair, former Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security Admiral James Loy, economist Stephen Roach and others talk with Reuters Editor-in-Chief Stephen Adler on a panel called Assessing Risk: Where Will it Come From? at Rand Corporation's Politics Aside conference in Santa Monica, Calif. (November 23, 2012)
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A panel of Hollywood heavyweights at Rand Corporation's Politics Aside conference in Santa Monica, Calif., discusses the international influence of American entertainment programming and delves into how popular films can shape the public perception of historic events. Sony CEO Michael Lynton joins actor Michael Sheen, "Homeland" producer Howard Gordon and Showtime Entertainment President David Nevins. (November 21, 2012)
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Senator Mark Warner (D-Virginia) tells Reuters Correspondent David Lawder he is optimistic that lawmakers will find a way to avoid going over the so-called fiscal cliff before the December 31st deadline. Warner is a member of the bipartisan "Gang of 8" group of senators working on a potential deal to address the nation's long term debt problem. (November 20, 2012)
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Intelligence experts spell out ways the U.S. can help end the latest Israeli/Palestinian conflict. Former Saudi Intelligence chief Prince Turki Al Faisal, former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State James Dobbins and others talk with Reuters columnist David Rohde at Rand Corporation's "Politics Aside" conference in Santa Monica, Calif. (November 20, 2012)
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Admiral Dennis Blair, former National Intelligence director, describes the challenges the U.S. faces in dealing with the Middle East and discusses how the government gathers and uses intelligence on issues including Iran, cyber warfare and the Arab Spring. Blair spoke with Reuters Editor-at-Large Sir Harold Evans during the Rand Corporation's Politics Aside conference in Culver City, Calif. (November 20, 2012)
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Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt discusses YouTube and and the internet, and how Google's position on free speech, privacy, and user-generated content resonates globally. Schmidt spoke with Reuters West Coast Bureau Chief Jonathan Weber at the RAND Corp.'s "Politics Aside" conference in Culver City, CA. (November 19, 2012)
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Many European countries' debts are held by domestic banks, so negotiating a "haircut" on sovereign debt could cripple a country's financial institutions, says Lee C. Buchheit, world renowned for his expertise in sovereign debt crises. (November 14, 2012)
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Lee Buchheit, who's advised over a dozen countries in crisis -- most recently Greece -- in their efforts to restructure their debt, says that austerity can work if phased in slowly. (November 14, 2012)
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After taking a whopping 53.5 percent loss on their investment, Greece's remaining debt holders likely will end up with longer-term bonds in a final deal, says Lee C. Buchheit, who advised the country and dozens of other nations in crisis. (November 14, 2012)
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Economist Jeffrey Sachs says in an interview with Reuters columnist David Rohde that House Speaker John Boehner's apparent willingness to accept additional revenues as part of a broader deficit reduction is "constructive." (November 9, 2012)
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Predictability is the name of the game in China's leadership transition, so don't expect any big surprises, says Joseph Cheng of the City University of Hong Kong. Tara Joseph reports. (November 8, 2012)
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Macy's third-quarter online sales jumped 40 percent, a trend that's set to continue, says Rahul Sharma, managing director of Neev Capital. Sharma picks winners and losers in the retail sector in this Google Hangout with StockTwits Executive Editor Phil Pearlman. (November 7, 2012)
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Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, tells Reuters Domestic Policy Editor Fred Barbash that President Obama, if re-elected, will likely agree to a 2-year extension of all Bush era tax cuts as he faces an emboldened Congress that will approve strictly limited-duration debt ceiling increases. (October 26,2012)
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Joseph Stiglitz, a Columbia University economics professor and Nobel Prize winner, tells Reuters correspondent Jennifer Ablan that his biggest economic fear is the fiscal cliff and it is clear that the U.S. should raise taxes on the rich to help solve the debt crisis. He adds that millionaires are keeping some of their income in offshore locations like the Cayman Islands to protect it from taxes. (October 25, 2012)
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Joseph Stiglitz, a Columbia University economics professor and Nobel Prize winner, tells Reuters' Jennifer Ablan that Mitt Romney could take actions as president that would lead to a trade war, which the U.S. would lose. (October 23, 2012)
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Steve Rattner, the former auto industry czar, says that the Chevy Volt is irrelevant to GM's bottom line but that the auto industry has never been more efficient. The problems that remain are the complete opposite of what affected the industry during the auto bailouts. (October 16, 2012)
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Reuters Breakingviews Editor Rob Cox says Citigroup Chief Executive Vikram Pandit's departure will not lead to major strategy shift at the bank.
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Steve Rattner, who was President Obama's auto czar, says he understands why his friends on Wall Street may feel alienated by the president. The administration has criticized Wall Street and increased regulation with the Dodd-Frank financial overhaul, he says. (October 16, 2012)
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Most CEOs in the Campaign to Fix the Debt would agree to higher taxes to get a budget deal, says former auto czar Steven Rattner. The more than 100 chief executives in the campaign are lobbying Congress to resolve its political standoff before mandated budget cuts and tax increases take effect at year's end. (October 15, 2012)
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Micro-cap company Vringo's stock shot up 83% in a week after a judge ruled its lawsuit against Google alleging copyright violation can go forward. Investor James Altucher tells Phil Pearlman of StockTwits that Vringo's rally isn't over yet. (October 8, 2012)
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Fred Krupp, Environmental Defense Fund president, tells Reuters Opinion Editor James Ledbetter that the nation's "economic system will be ruined" unless climate change is halted. But environmentalists must play a real role in finding a low-cost fix. (October 8, 2012)
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The Chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisers responds to former General Electric CEO Jack Welch's allegation that the Bureau of Labor Statistics may have manipulated September's jobs numbers.
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Yemi Lalude, founder of Adlevo Capital Managers, explained how the mobile phone industry in Nigeria sparked a telecommunications boom that created a "new soft economy" and potentially raised the country's GDP by 30-40% during a panel moderated by Editor-at-Large Sir Harold Evans. (October 2, 2012)
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U.S. Sen. Christopher Coons joins top African investment managers and business leaders before a live audience to highlight some of the most successful investments in Africa, in a panel moderated by Editor-at-Large Sir Harold Evans. (October 1st, 2012)
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Two money managers explain why it's time to take some chips off the table. They also tell Phil Pearlman, executive editor of StockTwits, where to cut back and where to put your money for the rest of 2012. (September 26, 2012)
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Lawyers not only talk too much, they also write too much -- and they need to stop. So says Bryan Garner, co-author with Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia of "Reading Law," and Editor-in-Chief of Black's Law Dictionary. He talked with Reuters' Legal Editor Allison Frankel about how to write with style and avoid bloviating. (September 19, 2012)
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Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia was frank and animated at a live event with Bryan A. Garner, co-author of their book "Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts," and Reuters Editor-In-Chief Stephen J. Adler. (September 18, 2012)
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Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia says he once thought cameras should be in the Supreme Court but now believes they would simply "misinform" the public. He appeared at a live event at Reuters' headquarters in New York. (Sept. 17, 2012)
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Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia says due process doesn't support the landmark Roe v. Wade decision. Scalia, at an event at Reuters' headquarters with his "Reading Law" co-author Bryan Garner, also explains how he adheres to precedent when making legal decisions. (Sept. 17, 2012)
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Muddy Waters founder, Carson Block, is looking at potential shorts in the U.S., Japan and India. The man who helped bring down Sino-Forest says one sector he's focusing on is tech. (September 14, 2012)
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International investor Jim Rogers says all that the Fed has done with QE is to artificially inflate stock and bond markets. He argues the Fed could push the U.S. into another recession in 2013. (September 12, 2012)
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Oleg Deripaska, CEO of the world's largest aluminum producer, is not concerned about the Chinese economy despite recent data showing slowing growth in industrial production. (September 11, 2012)