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  • Helicopter Money: Why Some Economists Are Talking About Dropping Money From the Sky
  • Morning Agenda: Market Panic Subsides as Britain Faces Economic Fears
  • European Interest Rates Are Not as Low as They Look
  • E.C.B. Stands Pat at Meeting, but It Explores Next Options
  • U.S. Deficit Doubled in March in Largest Shortfall in 4 Years
  • Prices of Imports Eke Out First Increase Since June
  • Economic Conditions and Trends
  • Amid Venezuela Protests, G.M. Plant Is Seized, and Company Exits
  • Chinese Investment Scandal Highlights ‘Shadow Banking’ Risks
  • As Zeal for China Dims, Global Companies Complain More Boldly
  • I.M.F. Raises 2017 Outlook for Global Economic Growth
  • Emerging Markets Are Bouncing Back From a Six-Year Slowdown
  • China’s Economy Grows 6.9%, but Warning Signs Persist
  • How Trump Can Improve the Messy U.S.-Chinese Economic Relationship
  • Bull Markets Don’t Mean Extra Jobs for Wall Street
  • Maoists for Trump? In China, Fans Admire His Nationalist Views
  • Within Hours, Plans for a Quiet Corner of China Send Home Prices Soaring
  • Banking Industry
  • After French Vote, Mainstream Europe Breathes a Sigh of Relief
  • French Markets Surge After Euro Withstands Attack From the Right
  • Wells Fargo Seeks to Soothe, and a Weak G.D.P. Is Expected
  • Regulators Worry Banks Are Too Big to Fail. The Markets Don’t.
  • Bring Back Glass-Steagall? Goldman Sachs Would Love That
  • Elizabeth Warren on Big Banks and Their (Cozy Bedmate) Regulators
  • How Morgan Stanley Bested Goldman Sachs
  • Chinese Investment Scandal Highlights ‘Shadow Banking’ Risks
  • Movers: BlackRock Earnings Rise; Morgan Stanley Profit Jumps
  • Goldman’s Dim Trading Results Raise Eyebrows on Wall St.
  • Investment Banking
  • Make Wall Street Risk It All
  • JPMorgan Shifting Its Proprietary Trading Desk
  • Sept. 28, 2008: Greenwich Time
  • Goldman Fund Gives $20 Million for Charter School
  • Moynihan Outlines Bank of America Strategy
  • Global Rules for Banks Draw Near
  • Geithner Haunted by a Goldman Past He Never Had
  • China Sets Strict Rules on Off-Book Loans
  • JPMorgan's Investment Bank Takes a Hit
  • JPMorgan Names Senior Investment Banking Executives
  • NYT > Boards of Directors
  • The Dreaded Co-op Board Application Goes Online
  • Arconic C.E.O. Ousted After Sending Unauthorized Letter to Hedge Fund
  • Even Before Ill-Advised Letter, Arconic’s C.E.O. Had to Go
  • Ford Foundation Is an Unlikely Convert to ‘Impact’ Investing
  • Meet the Shareholders? Not at These Shareholder Meetings
  • Tronc Feud Escalates as Billionaire Investor Demands Access to Records
  • Want Change? Shareholders Have a Tool for That
  • The False Feminism of ‘Fearless Girl’
  • Addressing Corporate Conflicts in the Trump Era
  • Banking Industry Addresses Diversity, Adding Women to Boards
  • NYT > Brokers and Brokerage Firms
  • As Brokerages Regroup, the Lines Are Open
  • Once a Boutique, Now a Division
  • Economists Try Target Practice in a Fun-House Mirror
  • The Optimists’ Club
  • Offering Free Investment Advice by Anonymous Volunteers
  • Banks Bypassing Mortgage Brokers
  • What Red Ink? Wall Street Paid Hefty Bonuses
  • Loss Shrinks at E*Trade Financial
  • Merrill Lynch Name Is Adopted
  • Oversight for Auditor of Madoff
  • Sovereign Wealth Funds
  • Ford Foundation Is an Unlikely Convert to ‘Impact’ Investing
  • Ex-VW Chief Looks to Sell $1.2 Billion Stake, Creating Uncertainty
  • Shielding Seized Assets From Corruption’s Clutches
  • A New Fund Seeks Both Financial and Social Returns
  • Surge in Dollar Provokes Jitters in Emerging Markets Around World
  • Ahead of Trump Presidency, Global Investors Sell Bonds and Grab Stocks
  • Early Gains on Wall Street Fade, Leaving Stocks Barely Higher
  • Libya vs. Goldman Sachs Judgment
  • At BlackRock, a Wall Street Rock Star’s $5 Trillion Comeback
  • Morning Agenda: Profits Tumble at European Banks
  • Federal Debt Ceiling (National Debt)
  • In Trump Budget, More for Military, as His Supporters May Lose Out
  • National Debt Dips. Trump Crows. Well, Sure, but …
  • An Extremist Holding the Purse Strings
  • Federal Debt Projected to Grow by Nearly $10 Trillion Over Next Decade
  • ‘What’s the Difference Between the National Debt and the Federal Deficit?’
  • Deficits Matter Again
  • Reducing the Debt, Creatively
  • Hillary Clinton’s Bad Promise on Debt
  • Ignoring the Debt Problem
  • Will the Fox News Debate Be a Partisan Affair?
  • NYT > Company Reports
  • How Morgan Stanley Bested Goldman Sachs
  • Movers: BlackRock Earnings Rise; Morgan Stanley Profit Jumps
  • Goldman’s Dim Trading Results Raise Eyebrows on Wall St.
  • Movers: Goldman Shares Slump; Pound Surges
  • Tech Roundup: A Busy Week to Come
  • Movers: Incyte and Eli Lilly Shares Tumble; Arconic Chief Resigns
  • Amid Questions Over Its Culture, Uber Says Its Bookings Doubled in 2016
  • Survival of Sears and Kmart Is in Doubt, Owner Warns
  • Toshiba’s Chairman Resigns as Its Nuclear Power Losses Mount
  • Credit Suisse to Eliminate 5,500 Jobs in Latest Cost-Cutting Drive
  • Private Equity
  • Silver Lake Raises $15 Billion Fund for New Tech Deals
  • Stada to Support Takeover Bid by Bain Capital and Cinven
  • Why a Buyout of Staples Looks Flimsy
  • Lone Star to Buy Controlling Stake in Portugal’s Novo Banco
  • SeaWorld Stake, Long Held by Blackstone, Is Sold to Chinese Firm
  • How ‘Consumer Relief’ After Mortgage Crisis Can Enrich Big Banks
  • Can 3G Capital Keep Thriving on Acquisitions and Cost Cutting?
  • Guilty Plea Coming From Takata, and G.D.P. Estimate Will Be Revised
  • Peak Market?
  • Asian Conglomerates, Flush With Cash, Scour for U.S. Fund Deals
  • Bonuses
  • Saudi Arabia Restores Public Sector Perks Amid Grumbling
  • Deutsche Bank to ‘Substantially Limit’ Bonuses for 2016
  • Cravath Bonuses for Law Firm Associates Remain Unchanged
  • Goldman Sachs Selects 84 New Partners
  • Wall Street Bonuses Are Expected to Sink for 3rd Straight Year
  • Wall St. Poised for Higher Profits but Fewer Jobs, Report Says
  • A Bonus Insult to Veterans
  • Pentagon Halts Efforts to Claw Back California National Guard Bonuses
  • How Jaap van Zweden Became America’s Best-Paid Conductor in 2013
  • Credit Suisse Boss Faces Revolt From Bankers Over Strategy Shift
  • NYT > Budgets and Budgeting
  • In New York City Schools, an Ever-Rising Tide of Homeless Students
  • Saudi Arabia Restores Public Sector Perks Amid Grumbling
  • Trump and AIDS Relief
  • On Ethics, Cuomo Budget Entered Like a Lion and Emerged Like a Lamb
  • New York’s Free-Tuition Program Will Help Traditional, but Not Typical, Students
  • Budget Deal Comes Together in Albany, After Delay and Frustration
  • New Mexico Outlaws School ‘Lunch Shaming’
  • Cuomo Tries to Broker Budget Deal, With the Senate Out of Town
  • Cuomo Hails Progress on Budget, but a Long Easter Break Beckons
  • New York Assembly Clears a Major Obstacle in Budget Talks
  • Accounting and Accountants
  • Auditing the Auditors
  • KPMG Fires 6 Over Ethics Breach on Audit Warnings
  • Joseph Rascoff, Who Had Rolling Stones’ Tours Under His Thumb, Dies at 71
  • He Saves Fashion Models From Financial Chaos
  • Oscars Error Won’t Cost Accounting Firm Its Job
  • Signet Jewelers’ Balance Sheet Gets Extra Sparkle
  • Success Academy May Have Overcharged City for Special Education Services, Audit Says
  • Former A.I.G. Chief Denies He Knew of Payback Terms in Reinsurance Deal
  • Ex-A.I.G. Chief Parries Inquiries on Offshore Reinsurer in Fraud Trial
  • A Sour Surprise for Public Pensions: Two Sets of Books
  • Your Money - Taxes
  • Don’t Blame the Russians, Tax Judge Tells Sotheby’s Expert
  • Wills Can Avert Family Warfare, but Have Their Own Hidden Traps
  • Lapsed Student Loan Payments May Cost You a Tax Refund
  • How to Be Mindful When Filing Your Taxes
  • Our Best Guidance for Filing Your Tax Return
  • A Tax Penalty for I.R.A. Withdrawals Can Sneak Up on You
  • Pages From Trump’s Tax Returns Raise a Decade’s Worth of Questions
  • The Lesson of Trump’s 1040
  • A.M.T., Which Hit Trump in 2005 Taxes, Is No One’s Favorite
  • Highest and Lowest Property Tax Rates in the U.S.
  • Federal Taxes (US)
  • Zombies of Voodoo Economics
  • Trump's Industry, Real Estate, Poses Hurdle to Tax Overhaul
  • How Best to Tax Business
  • I.R.S. Enlists Debt Collectors to Recover Overdue Taxes
  • Why Are Republicans Making Tax Reform So Hard?
  • Spicer Argues That More Public Disclosure Is Unnecessary, Even Harmful
  • Trump’s Unreleased Taxes Threaten Yet Another Campaign Promise
  • As Tax Day Approaches, Protesters Demand to See Trump’s Returns
  • The Tax March Explained: Protesters Hope to Pressure Trump Into Releasing Returns
  • What to Cook, Watch, Listen To and More This Weekend
  • Income Tax
  • Trump’s Unreleased Taxes Threaten Yet Another Campaign Promise
  • The Tax March Explained: Protesters Hope to Pressure Trump Into Releasing Returns
  • Lapsed Student Loan Payments May Cost You a Tax Refund
  • How to Be Mindful When Filing Your Taxes
  • Our Best Guidance for Filing Your Tax Return
  • I.R.S. Extension Adds Time to File, but You Still Have to Pay
  • A Tax Penalty for I.R.A. Withdrawals Can Sneak Up on You
  • Saudis’ Tax Cut on Aramco Sweetens Its I.P.O.
  • Can Elephants Learn From Failure?
  • Pages From Trump’s Tax Returns Raise a Decade’s Worth of Questions
  • Alternative Minimum Tax
  • Trump’s Unreleased Taxes Threaten Yet Another Campaign Promise
  • Democrats See Opening in Tax Overhaul Fight: Trump’s Own Deductions
  • Pages From Trump’s Tax Returns Raise a Decade’s Worth of Questions
  • The Lesson of Trump’s 1040
  • A.M.T., Which Hit Trump in 2005 Taxes, Is No One’s Favorite
  • Trump Wrote Off $100 Million in Losses in 2005, Leaked Forms Show
  • How to Fill Out Your Tax Return Like a Pro
  • How a Tax Code Overhaul May Affect You
  • Republicans Agree on Cutting Taxes, but Not on How to Do It
  • Treasury Nominee Vows No Tax Cut for Rich. Math Says the Opposite.
  • Antitrust Laws and Competition Issues
  • AT&T’s Words on Time Warner Deal Say ‘Underdog.’ Its Actions Speak Otherwise.
  • Is It Time to Break Up Google?
  • Movers: Blackstone, Steel Order and Unilever
  • How the Airlines Became Abusive Cartels
  • Trump Appoints One of His Lawyers to Review Mergers
  • British Regulators to Investigate 21st Century Fox’s Deal for Sky
  • Gazprom Makes Concessions in E.U. Gas Deal, but Trouble Looms for Russian Giant
  • Turkey to Investigate Antitrust Complaint Against Google
  • Former Antitrust Chief Joins Sullivan & Cromwell
  • London Stock Exchange Says Its Merger Is Unlikely to Win Approval
  • NYT > Appraisals and Valuation
  • Don’t Blame the Russians, Tax Judge Tells Sotheby’s Expert
  • Sotheby’s Tries to Block Suit Over a Leonardo Sold and Resold at a Big Markup
  • Wells Fargo to Pay $50 Million to Settle Home Appraisal Overcharges
  • City Hall Tightens Control of Deed Changes After Nursing Home Deal
  • Bubble Indemnity
  • Revaluing Family Treasures for the Taxman
  • Protections for Late Investors Can Inflate Start-Up Valuations
  • Appraising Solar Energy’s Value
  • In Malibu Luxury Home Listings, Thousands of Square Feet Often Go Missing
  • De Niro, in Tax Fight, Wins Little Sympathy From His Neighbors
  • Automobile Insurance and Liability
  • Study Finds Car Insurers Raise Rates in Minority Neighborhoods
  • Accident Not Your Fault? Your Insurance May Still Go Up, Report Says
  • One Year In, Five Lessons Learned
  • Millions Live Where Car Insurance Is Unaffordable, Study Says
  • Your Money Weekly: Solving the Mystery of the Stockbrokers
  • The Kind of Car Insurer That Gives Consumers the Best Value
  • Income, Not Driving Record, May Determine Auto Insurance Cost
  • As Self-Driving Cars Hit the Road, Innovation Is Outpacing Insurance
  • Auto Insurance Is Costlier at Lower Incomes, Study Says
  • Adding Teen Driver to Auto Policy Yields Average 79% Premium Rise
  • Bankruptcies
  • Supreme Court Ruling Draws a Vague Line in Bankruptcy Cases
  • Peak Market?
  • Big Apple Circus, Sold to the Highest Bidder, Will Return This Fall
  • Mavericks, a Premier Surfing Event, Is Canceled Amid Financial Woes
  • Debt-Exchange Offers Get a New Lease on Life
  • Calpers Cuts Investment Targets, Increasing Strain on Municipalities
  • Deciding Who Should Get First Dibs in Bankruptcy Liquidations
  • Supreme Court Case Has Bankruptcy World on Edge
  • Dallas Stares Down a Texas-Size Threat of Bankruptcy
  • Howard Ruff, Quirky Conservative Economist and Author, Dies at 85
  • NYT > Certificates of Deposit
  • Increases in Interest Rates on Savings Accounts Remain Slow to Materialize
  • When Seeking Better C.D. Yields Can Be Costly
  • Beware of Investments Promoted as 'Just Like a C.D.'
  • Increasing Savings With Promotional C.D. Rates
  • Visualizing the Impact of C.D. Laddering
  • In Cautious Times, Banks Flooded With Cash
  • Rethinking Investments After a Flight to Security
  • A Trick to Earn More Interest
  • To Inhibit Inflation, Fed Offers to Set Up Interest-Bearing Deposits
  • At Tiny Rates, Saving Money Costs Investors
  • Foreclosures (2012 Robosigning and Mortgage Servicing Settlement)
  • Cincinnati Sues Seller of Foreclosed Homes, Claiming Predatory Behavior
  • Fighting Eviction, a Gardener Turns to Organic Industry Giants for Help
  • New Firms Catching Up to Banks in Foreclosure Rankings
  • How ‘Consumer Relief’ After Mortgage Crisis Can Enrich Big Banks
  • SolarCity’s Ties to Foreclosure Cases Raise Questions on Vetting Policies
  • Consumer Agency Can Demand Answers About Foreclosed Homes, Judge Rules
  • Foreclosure Prevention Returns to the Unknown
  • The Housing Crisis Lives On for Minorities
  • 2,300 U.S. Foreclosures Show a Racial Divide in House Decay
  • NYT > Futures and Options Trading
  • Massad Resigns as Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman
  • How T. Boone Pickens Sits Tight in the Riskiest of Businesses
  • Why the Whole Trump-Clinton Election Could Probably Just Be Held in Pennsylvania
  • Steven Cohen Barred From Commodities Trading Until 2018
  • Supreme Court Could Redefine Insider Trading Law
  • The Other Side of an Infamous Hamptons House Party
  • South Korea Targets Executives, Pressed by an Angry Public
  • Bad Behavior Is Exposed as the Shale-Oil Market Shrinks
  • Andrew Caspersen, Charged in $40 Million Fraud, Had Gambling Addiction, Lawyer Says
  • How Keeping Up Appearances Ruined a Former Dallas Banker
  • Mortgage-Backed Securities
    Mortgages and the Markets
  • Who’s Buying a First Home?
  • First-Time Home Buyers Who Did It on Their Own
  • A First-Time Buyer’s Cheat Sheet
  • Regulators Accuse Subprime Mortgage Servicer of Years of Abuses
  • The Man in Charge of Fixing Fannie and Freddie Knows Them All Too Well
  • New Firms Catching Up to Banks in Foreclosure Rankings
  • How ‘Consumer Relief’ After Mortgage Crisis Can Enrich Big Banks
  • When the Fed Raises Rates, Credit Card Holders Feel It First
  • Archdiocese of New York Seeks $100 Million Mortgage for Sexual Abuse Fund
  • Score One for the Bank Whistle-Blowers
  • Collateralized Debt Obligations
  • Moody’s to Pay $864 Million to Settle Inquiry Into Inflated Ratings
  • Goldman to Pay Up to $5 Billion to Settle Claims of Faulty Mortgages
  • Morning Agenda: Dollar Rises After Yellen’s Talk
  • Plenty Deserve Blame for Greece’s Woes, but Maybe Not Goldman Sachs
  • Regulators Ease Volcker Rule Provision on Smaller Banks
  • When a Deal Goes Bad, Blame the Ratings
  • Where Credit Is Due
  • S.&P.’s Counterattack on the Government
  • The Penalties, and Possible Appeal, for Fabrice Tourre
  • U.S. Contends S.& P. Purposely Used Faulty Models
  • Credit Default Swaps
  • Regulators Worry Banks Are Too Big to Fail. The Markets Don’t.
  • Look for Market Buoyancy Ahead of ‘Brexit’ to Be Short-Lived
  • A.I.G.’s Chief Executive to Resign After Turnaround Setback
  • Investing in the Pain of Student Debt Is a Tough but Tempting Play
  • Wall Street Clearinghouse to Adopt Bitcoin Technology
  • How Economic Gobbledygook Divides Us
  • U.S. Swaps Regulator Delays Expansion of Dealer Oversight
  • Colombia Peace Vote Setback Rattles Markets, Ratings Agencies
  • Deutsche Bank’s Appetite for Risk Throws Off Its Balance
  • Deutsche Bank CDS Jump 21 Basis Points After Stability Concerns
  • Economic Crisis and Market Upheavals
  • The Spending Bill Was Supposed to Be Easy. Then Trump Intervened.
  • Amtrak at a Junction: Invest in Improvements, or Risk Worsening Problems
  • Wells Fargo Seeks to Soothe, and a Weak G.D.P. Is Expected
  • Five Key Questions as a Government Shutdown Looms
  • Trump Plan Could Erase This School Program
  • I.M.F. Torn Over Whether to Bail Out Greece Once Again
  • Ohio Town’s Schools Hope to Be ‘More Than a Line Item’ in the Federal Budget
  • White House Officials, Craving Progress, Push Revised Health Bill
  • Regulators Accuse Subprime Mortgage Servicer of Years of Abuses
  • After Economic Crisis, Low Birthrates Challenge Southern Europe
  • Municipal Bonds
  • Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of April 24
  • Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of April 17
  • The Muni Market Turns Toward Washington
  • Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of April 3
  • Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of March 27
  • Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of March 20
  • Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of March 13
  • Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of March 6
  • Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of Feb. 27
  • Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of Feb. 20
  • Mutual Funds
  • BlackRock Earnings Rise on Tide of E.T.F.’s and Index Funds
  • Emerging Market Stocks Have Come Roaring Back. Can They Go Any Higher?
  • Finding Growth in Pizza, Paint and Credit-Card Companies
  • Mutual Funds Buy Hot Stocks Like Snap Ahead of I.P.O.s
  • Vanguard Is Growing Faster Than Everybody Else Combined
  • At BlackRock, Machines Are Rising Over Managers to Pick Stocks
  • Is Your Financial Adviser Acting in Your Best Interest?
  • A Rare Corner of Finance Where Women Dominate
  • Markets Are Coping (for Now) With Blows to Unity in Europe
  • Taking the Long View Paid Off in the Short Term, Too
  • Commercial Paper
  • Movers: Markets Up, and Jimmy Choo for Sale
  • Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of April 24
  • Cash Is King No More
  • Russian Hacker Sentenced to 27 Years in Credit Card Case
  • Goldman’s Dim Trading Results Raise Eyebrows on Wall St.
  • Justices Appear Reluctant to Close Debt Collection Loophole
  • Emerging Markets Are Bouncing Back From a Six-Year Slowdown
  • Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of April 17
  • Two Books Offer Unconventional and Divergent Approaches to Investing
  • Emerging Market Stocks Have Come Roaring Back. Can They Go Any Higher?
  • NYT > Durable Goods (Economic Indicator)
  • Anthem-Cigna Proposed Deal Goes to U.S. Federal Court
  • Apple and Tesla to Report Earnings
  • Hewlett-Packard to Share Financial Report as Janet Yellen Addresses Symposium
  • Russia Seeks Changes for Growth, and Greek Debt Talks Linger
  • A Weak Increase for Durable Goods Orders in March
  • Manufacturing Has Turned Corner, New Data Suggests
  • Allergan Earnings, the Mobile World Congress and Durable Goods Data
  • New Orders for Durable Goods Slumped in December
  • Business Investment Gauge Highlights Strength of U.S. Economy
  • Orders for Nonmilitary Capital Goods Rise 0.9 Percent
  • Consumer Price Index
  • September Consumer Prices Made Biggest Gain in Five Months
  • The Week Ahead: Apple to Woo Developers, and Fed to Hold Monthly Meeting
  • Consumer Prices Post Biggest Gain in More Than 3 Years
  • Consumer Prices Barely Ticked Up in March
  • It’s Probably Cheaper on the Web, Adobe’s Online Price Index Shows
  • Self-Driving Cars, Wall Street Supervision and More Tech at SXSW
  • Consumer Prices and Housing Starts Dipped in December
  • Have Your Goose and Afford to Roast It, Too
  • Core Inflation Ticks Up, Though Energy Prices Remain Low
  • Cost of Gas Pushes Consumer Prices Lower, but Inflation May Be Picking Up
  • Energy and Power
  • Investing in Solar and Wind in a Coal and Oil Moment
  • Jimmy Carter Makes a Stand for Solar, Decades After the Cardigan Sweater
  • China Aims to Spend at Least $360 Billion on Renewable Energy by 2020
  • Sensing Gains Ahead Under Trump, the Kochs Court Minorities
  • America’s First Offshore Wind Farm Spins to Life
  • Climate Change Conversations Are Targeted in Questionnaire to Energy Department
  • Google Says It Will Run Entirely on Renewable Energy in 2017
  • How Can Latin America Move to Low-Carbon Energy?
  • Windmills or Reactor Cores? Inside South Africa’s Energy Clash
  • Power Couple: Tie-Up Shows How Batteries and Solar May Link
  • Advertising and Marketing
  • An Ad Woman at the Top of an Industry That She Thinks Still Has Far to Go
  • How Google Cashes In on the Space Right Under the Search Bar
  • Fears of Revolt by Consumers Felled O’Reilly
  • With Bill O’Reilly Gone From Fox News, Will Advertisers Return?
  • Marketing Natural Body Care Products, With a Side of Activism
  • When a Reporter Breaks the News — To the Source
  • A Pepsi Commercial’s Lesson for Advertisers
  • Advertiser Exodus
  • Fox Scandals May Weaken Murdochs’ TV Future
  • Fox Losing More Advertisers After Sexual Harassment Claims Against O’Reilly
  • Regulation and Deregulation of Industry
  • E-Vapor Regulation
  • Bring Back Glass-Steagall? Goldman Sachs Would Love That
  • Elizabeth Warren on Big Banks and Their (Cozy Bedmate) Regulators
  • When in the Amazon, Please Do Not Punch the Dolphins
  • Wells Fargo’s Regulator Admits It Missed Red Flags
  • Chinese Investment Scandal Highlights ‘Shadow Banking’ Risks
  • How the Airlines Became Abusive Cartels
  • In Farewell, Daniel Tarullo Offers Fixes on Bank Regulation
  • The Regulatory Wrecking Ball
  • Trump and Warren Agree? Maybe, on Plan to Shrink Big Banks
  • Investments
  • Two Books Offer Unconventional and Divergent Approaches to Investing
  • Mutual Funds Buy Hot Stocks Like Snap Ahead of I.P.O.s
  • What to Do Now to Retire Better
  • Where the World’s Wealthiest Invest Their Billions
  • The Changes Confronting the Investment Advisory Business
  • How to Take a Cosmic View on a Trump Stock Market
  • Increases in Interest Rates on Savings Accounts Remain Slow to Materialize
  • Forests Are a Treasure. But Are They Good Investments?
  • You Don’t Want What Wells Fargo Is Selling. What Should It Do Now?
  • After a Year of Faulty Predictions, 3 Approaches to Investing
  • Planning
  • Trump's Industry, Real Estate, Poses Hurdle to Tax Overhaul
  • Trump Vows to Unveil Tax-Cut Plan Next Week, Surprising Staff
  • Wills Can Avert Family Warfare, but Have Their Own Hidden Traps
  • I.R.S. Enlists Debt Collectors to Recover Overdue Taxes
  • Lapsed Student Loan Payments May Cost You a Tax Refund
  • Do Tax Cuts Really Spur Growth? It Depends on the Details.
  • Our Best Guidance for Filing Your Tax Return
  • I.R.S. Extension Adds Time to File, but You Still Have to Pay
  • A Tax Penalty for I.R.A. Withdrawals Can Sneak Up on You
  • Saudis’ Tax Cut on Aramco Sweetens Its I.P.O.
  • Pensions and Retirement Plans
  • Rising Risks for Retirement Savers
  • Teacher Pensions in Puerto Rico
  • Iceland Will Lift Remaining Capital Controls in Place Since 2008 Crash
  • In Puerto Rico, Teachers’ Pension Fund Works Like a Ponzi Scheme
  • Finally, a Retirement Plan for Job-Hopping Millennials
  • Rethinking Retirement for Longer Lives With Fewer Safety Nets
  • Who’d Want to Limit Retirement Plans? House Republicans
  • Skip the G.M.O.s: Park Slope Food Co-op Fights Over Its Pension Fund
  • For Millennials, It’s Never Too Early to Save for Retirement
  • The End of the World? In Brazil, It’s Already Here
  • Retirement
  • Retired Miners Lament Trump’s Silence on Imperiled Health Plan
  • NRG, a Power Company Leaning Green, Faces Activist Challenge
  • Rising Risks for Retirement Savers
  • Our Best Guidance for Filing Your Tax Return
  • Dandelion Crayon Gets an Early Retirement From Crayola
  • Senate Narrowly Passes Rollback of Obama-Era ‘Auto-I.R.A.’ Rule
  • A Tax Penalty for I.R.A. Withdrawals Can Sneak Up on You
  • Puerto Rico, Mired in Debt, Has a New Rescue Plan
  • Iceland Will Lift Remaining Capital Controls in Place Since 2008 Crash
  • In Puerto Rico, Teachers’ Pension Fund Works Like a Ponzi Scheme
  • Your Money - Insurance
  • Donald Trump’s News Conference: Full Transcript and Video
  • For Joan Rivers’s Doctor, Fame Delivers Its Bill
  • The Long Shadow of Bad Credit in a Job Search
  • Guilty Plea Expected for UBS Unit in Rate-Rigging Case
  • Regulator Warns SAC Capital
  • Storm Aftermath: Live Updates
  • Morning Take-Out
  • S.E.C. Case Stands Out Because It Stands Alone
  • S.E.C. Case Stands Out Because It Stands Alone
  • Senate Confirmation Hearings: Eric Holder, Day One
  • Gross National Product (GNP)
  • Can Clinton or Trump Recapture Robust American Growth?
  • Why Is Productivity So Weak? Three Theories
  • The Recovery’s Two Sides: Weak Growth Even as Hiring Surges
  • Consumer Spending Rose 0.5% in January
  • China’s Excess Production Has Intensified Slowdown, Business Group Says
  • The World’s Economy Soared Last Year (or Plunged)
  • Business Inventories Post Higher-Than-Expected Gain
  • Mixed Effects Are Seen on an Affordable Care Act Repeal
  • O.E.C.D. Sees Slow Recovery Worldwide
  • Eurozone Economy Improves, but Finland and Greece Stumble
  • International Trade and World Market (Trade Disputes)
  • French Markets Surge After Euro Withstands Attack From the Right
  • Trump Roars Again on Trade, Reviewing Steel and Chiding Canada
  • Trump Targets Steel Trade, but China Will Be Tough to Contain
  • Movers: Blackstone, Steel Order and Unilever
  • As Zeal for China Dims, Global Companies Complain More Boldly
  • I.M.F. Raises 2017 Outlook for Global Economic Growth
  • Emerging Markets Are Bouncing Back From a Six-Year Slowdown
  • China Says Its Trade With North Korea Has Increased
  • Movers: Paulson Leaves A.I.G. Board and Banks Report Earnings
  • Trump Isn’t Wrong on China Currency Manipulation, Just Late
  • NYT > Personal Finances
  • Six Steps to Ditching Your Fear and Starting That Big Thing
  • Wills Can Avert Family Warfare, but Have Their Own Hidden Traps
  • Time to Be Honest About the Fear That’s Getting in Your Way
  • Two Books Offer Unconventional and Divergent Approaches to Investing
  • Mutual Funds Buy Hot Stocks Like Snap Ahead of I.P.O.s
  • Medical Debt: You May Not Owe It
  • How to Be Mindful When Filing Your Taxes
  • Regrets. You Have a Few. Don’t Beat Yourself Up Over Them.
  • Sometimes, Spending Brings a Bigger Return Than Saving
  • My Friend Is Bankrupting Herself. Should I Speak Up?
  • Social Security (US)
  • Retirees in Default on Student Loans
  • Haunted by Student Debt Past Age 50
  • A Test for Donald Trump on Social Security
  • Populism, Real and Phony
  • Will Donald Trump Cave on Social Security?
  • The Strip
  • Ben Vereen’s Disappearing Divorce
  • A 10-Digit Key Code to Your Private Life: Your Cellphone Number
  • Trump Probably Avoided His Medicare Taxes, Too
  • Reducing the Debt, Creatively
  • Standard & Poor's Case-Shiller Home Price Index
  • Rising Consumer Confidence Is Driven by High Expectations for Trump
  • Consumer Confidence Slips, but Home Prices Continue to Climb
  • The Housing Market Is Finally Starting to Look Healthy
  • Karl Case, Economist Who Developed Home Price Index, Dies at 69
  • Why Land and Homes Actually Tend to Be Disappointing Investments
  • The Overinflated Fear of Being Priced Out of Housing
  • Home Price Index Continued Steady Climb in January
  • Pending Home Sales Dropped in January
  • Existing-Home Sales Unexpectedly Rise
  • Home Prices Still Rising at 5% Annual Pace
  • NYT > Stock Options and Purchase Plans
  • Twitter’s Steep Premium: The Cost of Employee Stock Grants
  • Stuck in a Do-Nothing Job? Don’t Just Wait for the Downsizing
  • Airbnb and Others Set Terms for Employees to Cash Out
  • A Profit Bump for Companies, and Tax Transparency for Investors
  • Palantir Buyback Plan Shows Need for New Silicon Valley Pay System
  • At King Arthur Flour, Savoring the Perks of Employee Ownership
  • Tech Companies Face Greater Scrutiny for Paying Workers With Stock
  • Valeant Is a Reminder of the Peril of Outsize Executive Pay
  • Safety Suffers as Stock Options Propel Executive Pay Packages
  • Goldman Sachs to Pay $7 Million Penalty Over Options Glitch
  • NYT > Stocks and Bonds
  • Movers: Markets Up, and Jimmy Choo for Sale
  • Goldman’s Dim Trading Results Raise Eyebrows on Wall St.
  • Two Books Offer Unconventional and Divergent Approaches to Investing
  • Emerging Market Stocks Have Come Roaring Back. Can They Go Any Higher?
  • Apologies. Really. And I Will Definitely Grow Up.
  • Finding Growth in Pizza, Paint and Credit-Card Companies
  • Mutual Funds Buy Hot Stocks Like Snap Ahead of I.P.O.s
  • Vanguard Is Growing Faster Than Everybody Else Combined
  • Tracking the Ticker on the Go
  • Ford Foundation Is an Unlikely Convert to ‘Impact’ Investing
  • Superfund
  • What’s at Stake in Trump’s Proposed E.P.A. Cuts
  • Rapid Evolution Saved This Fish From Pollution, Study Says
  • Their Soil Toxic, 1,100 Indiana Residents Scramble to Find New Homes
  • Military Base Near Newburgh Is Made a Superfund Site Over Tainted Water
  • Gowanus Canal Cleanup Could Evict Brooklyn Film Studio
  • Invoking a Higher Power to Clean Up the Gowanus Canal
  • Toxic Passaic River to Get $1.38 Billion Cleanup Over 10 Years
  • Where to Put Sewage Tank Snags Gowanus Canal Cleanup
  • E.P.A. Is Moving to Designate Contaminated Nevada Copper Mine a Superfund Site
  • Environmental Education and Restoration Merge in a New York Harbor Oyster Revival
  • Unemployment
  • Why Don’t All Jobs Matter?
  • Britain’s Uneasy Labor Market
  • The Biggest Threat to Job Growth
  • Job Growth Loses Steam as U.S. Adds 98,000 in March
  • Evidence That Robots Are Winning the Race for American Jobs
  • Basing Life on What You Can Afford
  • What if Sociologists Had as Much Influence as Economists?
  • The Increasing Significance of the Decline of Men
  • Why I’m Moving Home
  • Steady U.S. Job Growth Sets Stage for Fed to Raise Interest Rates
  • United States Economy
  • Zombies of Voodoo Economics
  • Trump Saved Carrier Jobs. These Workers Weren’t as Lucky.
  • Supply-Side Economics, but for Liberals
  • Treasury Says China Isn’t a Currency Meddler, After Trump Reversal
  • Markets Saw a Trump Bump, Then Hit a Speed Bump
  • Bank Lending Stalls on Doubts About Trump’s Pro-Growth Agenda
  • Movers: Paulson Leaves A.I.G. Board and Banks Report Earnings
  • Trump Reversals Hint at Wall Street Wing’s Sway in White House
  • Don’t Politicize the Federal Reserve
  • Trump Isn’t Wrong on China Currency Manipulation, Just Late
  • Venture Capital
  • A Rare Path: From Venture Capitalist to Hair-Coloring Kits
  • Silver Lake Raises $15 Billion Fund for New Tech Deals
  • Meeting a Team Is Like Falling in Love
  • Finding a Winning Investment
  • Canada Tries to Turn Its A.I. Ideas Into Dollars
  • Lyft Gets $500 Million in New Funding as Its Rival Uber Wobbles
  • Jerks and the Start-Ups They Ruin
  • Tech Roundup: The World’s Top Venture Capitalists
  • The Top 20 Venture Capitalists Worldwide
  • A Rare Venture Capitalist — Female and Retail-Focused
  • SAMPLE OF FinTech PROJECTS LEADING GLOBAL FIRMS & NATIONAL ECONOMIES

    FinTech Enterprise Risk-Model Risk Management meet Penetration Testing-Ethical Hacking

    2015 National CSO-CxO Cybersecurity Conference

    Cybersecurity & Cyber-Finance Risk Management: Strategies, Tactics, Operations, &, Intelligence: Enterprise Risk Management to Model Risk Management: Understanding Vulnerabilities, Threats, & Risk Mitigation

    CSO-CxO Plenary Keynote, National Cybersecurity Summit, Altria Group Inc. Headquarters, VA, 2015

    New York Cyber Security and Engineering Technology Association (NYSETA) Conference
    A Framework for Pen Testing Network Protocols for Global Banking & Finance Call Centers: Bridging Networks, Systems, and, Controls Frameworks for Cybersecurity Curricula & Standards Development
    (Innovative Design and Development Practices)

    New York Cyber Security and Engineering Technology Association (NYSETA) Conference, 2015.




    29 SSRN Top-10 Paper Rankings in FinTech Quant Risk Analytics-Model Risk Management
    1. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: CGN: Risk Management Practice: January 2016.
    2. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: CGN: Risk Management, Including Hedging & Derivatives: January 2016.
    3. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: Corporate Governance Practice Series eJournal: January 2016.
    4. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: IRPN: Innovation & Cyberlaw & Policy: January 2016.
    5. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: Econometrics: Mathematical Methods & Programming eJournal: May 2015.
    6. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: Computational Techniques: May 2015.
    7. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: Information Systems & Economics eJournal: May 2015.
    8. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: Econometrics: Mathematical Methods & Programming eJournal: April 2015.
    9. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: ERN: Computational Techniques (Topic): April 2015.
    10. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: Econometric Modeling: Risk Management eJournal: March 2015.
    11. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: Econometric Modeling: Capital Markets - Risk eJournal: March 2015.
    12. SSRN's Top-10 Paperr: Econometric Modeling: Capital Markets - Risk eJournal: March 2015.
    13. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: MRN Operations Research Network eJournal: March 2015.
    14. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: OPER Subject Matter eJournal: March 2015.
    15. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: Systemic Risk (Topic): March 2015.
    16. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: Econometrics: Mathematical Methods & Programming eJournal: March 2015.
    17. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: Econometric & Statistical Methods - Special Topics eJournal: February 2015.
    18. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: Microeconomics: Decision-Making under Risk & Uncertainty eJournal: February 2015.
    19. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: VaR Value-at-Risk (Topic): February 2015.
    20. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: ERN: Uncertainty & Risk Modeling (Topic): February 2015.
    21. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: ERN: Econometric & Statistical Methods (Topic): February 2015.
    22. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: Computational Techniques (Topic): February 2015.
    23. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: OPER: Analytical (Topic): February 2015.
    24. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: ERN: Mathematical Methods & Programming (Topic): February 2015.
    25. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: Stochastic Models eJournal: February 2015
    26. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: Econometric Modeling: Capital Markets - Risk eJournal: January 2015.
    27. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: Microeconomics: Decision-Making under Risk & Uncertainty eJournal: January 2015.
    28. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: Uncertainty & Risk Modeling (Topic): January 2015.
    29. SSRN's Top-10 Paper: VaR Value-at-Risk (Topic): January 2015.



    Princeton University Invited FinTech Research Presentation on Model Risk Management
    Pioneering the FinTech Future of Global Cyber Finance and Cyber Risk Insurance

    '"It is this "true" uncertainty, and not risk, as has been argued, which forms the basis of a valid theory of profit and accounts for the divergence between actual and theoretical competition... It is a world of change in which we live, and a world of uncertainty...If we are to understand the workings of the economic system we must examine the meaning and significance of uncertainty; and to this end some inquiry into the nature and function of knowledge itself is necessary."
    -- Frank H. Knight
    in
    Risk, Uncertainty, and Profit

    (Boston, MA: Hart, Schaffner & Marx; Houghton Mifflin Co), 1921.

    Risk, Uncertainty, and Profit: Frank Knight
    (Boston, MA: Hart, Schaffner & Marx; Houghton Mifflin Co), 1921.

    2015 Princeton Quant Trading Conference
    'Knight Reconsidered':
    Risk, Uncertainty, and, Profit for the Cyber Era: Model Risk Management of Cyber Insurance Models using Quantitative Finance and Advanced Analytics

    (Global Risk Management Network, LLC, 2015).




    Top Wall Street Banks' Model Risk Management Beyond VaR for Extreme Risks
    FinTech Technical Expert to Top MDs Team for World's Largest Investment Bank


    Cryptanalytic Algorithms and Quantum ComputingBeyond 'Bayesian vs. VaR' Dilemma to Empirical Model Risk Management: How to Manage Risk (After Risk Management Has Failed).
    (Global Risk Management Network, LLC, 2012, 2014)

    Cryptanalytic Algorithms and Quantum Computing

    Measuring & Managing Financial Risks with Improved Alternatives Beyond Value-At-Risk (VaR)
    (Global Risk Management Network, LLC, 2012).


    FinTech Markov Chain Monte Carlo Models and Bitcoin Block Chain Encryption Protocols

    Markov Chain Monte Carlo Models, Gibbs Sampling, and, Metropolis-Hastings Algorithms

    Markov Chain Monte Carlo Models,
    Gibbs Sampling, and, Metropolis-Hastings Algorithms

    (Global Risk Management Network, LLC, 2013).
    Complex Stochastics Hi-Dimensional Statistical Analysis

    Bitcoin Protocol: Model of ‘Cryptographic Proof’ Based Global Crypto-Currency & Electronic Payments System
    Bitcoin Protocol: Model of 'Cryptographic Proof' Based Global Crypto-Currency & Electronic Payments System
    (Global Risk Management Network, LLC, 2013).
    First Report on the Bitcoin Cryptographic-Proof-of-Work



    FinTech Computational Quantitative Cryptanalytic Algorithms for Cyber-Quantum Era


    Cryptanalytic Algorithms and Quantum ComputingFuture of Bitcoin & Statistical Probabilistic Quantitative Methods: Interview by Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants
    (Global Risk Management Network, LLC, January 20, 2014.)

    Cryptanalytic Algorithms and Quantum Computing
    Cryptology beyond Shannon’s Information Theory: Preparing for when the ‘Enemy Knows the System’: Beyond NSF Cryptanalytic Algorithms
    (Global Risk Management Network, LLC, 2013.)


    AACSB Recognizes Real Impact among Nobel Laureates such as Black-Scholes
    Pioneered Anticipatory Risk Analytics Frameworks Applied by Top Investment Banks 

    “There are many examples illustrating that advances in basic research have had a substantial impact on practice. Exemplars of this phenomenon can be seen in finance through academic publications on the theories of portfolio selection (Markowitz, 1952), irrelevance of capital structure (Modigliani and Miller, 1958), capital asset pricing (Sharpe, 1964), efficient markets (Fama, 1965 and 1970), option pricing (Black and Scholes, 1973), and agency theory (Jensen and Meckling, 1976). All are well-known for their substantial impact on both theory and practice. In information systems, the research of Malhotra (Malhotra, 2004) has helped companies to understand why knowledge management systems fail...

    AACSB logoAACSB

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    Cryptanalytic Algorithms and Quantum Computing

    “The new business model of the Information Age, however, is marked by fundamental, not incremental, change. Businesses can't plan long-term; instead, they must shift to a more flexible "anticipation-of-surprise" model.”
    -- Yogesh Malhotra in CIO Magazine interview, Sep. 15, 1999.


     

    Leading Global Enterprise Risk Management and Model Risk Management Practices

    "The future is moving so quickly that you can’t anticipate it… We have put a tremendous emphasis on quick response instead of planning. We will continue to be surprised, but we won't be surprised that we are surprised. We will anticipate the surprise."
    *
    20-Years of the Model Risk Management Program
      “The new business model of the Information Age, however, is marked by fundamental, not incremental, change. Businesses can't plan long-term; instead, they must shift to a more flexible "anticipation-of-surprise" model.”
    -- Yogesh Malhotra in CIO Magazine interview, Sep. 15, 1999.
    [A Decade Later... Wall Street CEO, CFOs, & CROs know so... ]
    Model Risk Management Program

     

    Global-National Expert Panels of Computer Scientists & Quantitative Economists
    Global-National Thought Leader for UN, NSF, US & World Governments & Parliaments

    National Science Foundation  IBM

      USA Federal Government
    US Dept. of Veteran Affairs

    Government and Cabinet Of Mexico

    United Nations

    Government and Cabinet Of Netherlands

    Nation of South Korea
    Maeil Business TV

    ACM  IEEE HP
    TiE Silicon Valley  Accenture
    Intel  Philips
    British Telecom  Institute for Supply Management
    The Conference Board

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    Digital Transformation Research in Global Business & Technology Press

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    Fortune
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    Digital Transformation Venture Clients, Patrons, & Subscribers

    A sample of our corporate and organizational clients, patrons, and users is listed below:

    FinTech Firms: Goldman Sachs, Google, HP, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Ogilvy, Wells Fargo

    Consulting Firms: Accenture, Ernst & Young, McKinsey, PricewaterhouseCoopers

    World Governments: Australia, Canada, European Union, United Kingdom, United States

    U.S. Defense: AFRL, Air Force, Army, CCRP, Comptroller, DISA, DoD, NASA, Navy, RAND

    World Defense: Australia (Air Force), Canada (Defence R&D), UK (Ministry of Defence)

    Business Schools: Harvard, MIT, Princeton, Stanford, UC Berkeley, Wharton

    Associations
    : AACSB, ABA, ACM, AICPA, AOM, APICS, ASTD, ISACA, IEEE, INFORMS

    "Founder Yogesh Malhotra says his vision is to fill the gaps between business and technology, data and knowledge, and, theory and practice..."
    -
    Dr. Yogesh Malhotra in Fortune
    Interview

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    Cyber Transformation Practices Guiding US DoD Commanders & CxOs
    ("Obsolete what you know before others obsolete it..."
    - Dr. Yogesh Malhotra in Inc. Interview)

    United States Army United States Navy United States Air Force United States Marine Corps AFRL
    "If you spend some time at [the digital research lab] founded by Dr. Malhotra youwill be blessed by some of the world's most astute thinking on the nature of knowledge and its value." 
    - U.S. Army Knowledge Symposium, Theme: "Knowledge Dominance: Transforming the Army...from Tooth to Tail", US Department of Defense, United States Army.

    "There are many definitions of knowledge management. It has been described as "a systematic process for capturing and communicating knowledge people can use." Others have said it is "understanding what your knowledge assets are and how to profit from them." Or the flip side of that: "to obsolete what you know before others obsolete it." (Malhotra) "
    - U.S. Department of Defense, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller)

    "KM is obsoleting what you know before others obsolete it and profit by creating the challenges and opportunities others haven't even thought about -- Dr. Yogesh Malhotra, in Inc. Technology Interview"
    - U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency Interoperability Directorate

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    Top-3 Most Influential Scholars-Practitioners
    in Knowledge Management
    (Ranked in Drexel University Global Survey of IS Practice)

    Vision Korea Campaign Keynotes
    Dr. Yogesh Malhotra among other 'Vision Korea' National Campaign Keynote Speakers in Vision Korea National Campaign (2000): Dr.Charles Lucier of Booz Allen Hamilton, Dr.David Snowden of IBM, Dr.Robert H. Buckman of Buckman Labs, Dr.Hubert Saint-Onge of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Professor Dr.Ikujiro Nonaka of Hitotsubashi University

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    Pioneered Knowledge Management Digital Transformation Practices
    Led Global Virtual Team of 200-PhD Experts & CxOs to Publish Pioneering Research

    CyberspaceOrganizations
    Published in 2000
    CyberspaceBusinessModels
    Published in 2001

    CyberspaceBusinessModels
    Journal Articles & Reports 1993-Present

    Published independent Study paper on computer graphics image compression standards for hypermedia computing technologies, the precursor of WWW, on MBA graduate research fellowship with B2B pioneer and full tuition scholarship in 1993.

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    Led Global Virtual Community of Practice of 130,000+ to Pioneer Digital Transformation Practices
    Millions of worldwide users included Global-2000 Corporations and G-20 World Governments.

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