tax haven International Business Companies [more]
My name is Wendell Potter and for twenty years I worked as a Senior Executive at health insurance companies, and I saw how they confuse their customers and dump the sick - all so they can satisfy their Wall Street investors. [more]
Here at the Devoish BS Market Watch, it is our responsibility to investigate all things BS related, and keep our readers current on all BS developments. [more]
Or was the news a rumor? [more]
I think Krugman's been misintrpreted again. The assertion that he welcomed a housing bubble is way off base. If you read Davids links you will learn that Krugman believed that a housing bubble was the only way to hide the failuire of Bush's tax cut policys. [more]
CAPS player Dwot, whose posts I never skip, linked to this article by Mish Shedlock who is a "registered investment advisor for SitkaPacific Capital Management". [more]
Frontline correspondent T.R. Reid was online Wednesday, April 16 at 11 a.m. ET to discuss his film "Sick Around the World," which examines how five other capitalist democracies -- United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, Taiwan and Switzerland -- deliver health care, and what the United States might learn from their successes and failures. [more]
In a devastating blow to corporate executives everywhere, their plans to become beneficiaries of the progressive tax structure of the United States have been thwarted by the misguided attempts of the United States to force them to maintain their incomes at the highest levels in the country. [more]
One of my first posts on this website asked the question; Who's going to buy my house? [more]
RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE ACT (H.R. 676)
WHEREAS, every person deserves access to affordable quality health care; and [more]
As I understand it in this bankruptcy, "old GM" is gone and its assets legally sold to new corporation "new GM". [more]
Considering the source, I have no comment on this story. I can only hope it is not true.
Insurance giant AIG is trying to seize a $490 million charitable endowment -- and claw back $27 million it already awarded to New York charities -- to pay executive bonuses, The Post has learned.