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  • Moody’s to Pay $864 Million to Settle Inquiry Into Inflated Ratings
  • For Russians, Bleak Realities at Home
  • White Resentment on the Night Shift at Walmart
  • The Obama Economy Has Unfinished Business
  • Financial Legal/Regulatory
  • HNA Finds Wall St.’s Enthusiasm for Chinese Conglomerates Is Cooling
  • S.E.C. Upholds Dismissal of Wells Fargo Insider Trading Case
  • Forcing Banks to Fight Fair
  • Chinese Finance Meeting’s Meager Results Reflect Nation’s Problems
  • Yellen Treads Carefully on Regulatory Issues in Senate Panel Appearance
  • Martin Shkreli’s Ex-Mentor Testifies About His Bad Behavior
  • New S.E.C. Chairman Pledges to Look After Ordinary Investors
  • Volcker Rule Reflects Challenge Ahead for a Fed Nominee
  • Trump Nominates Randal K. Quarles to Oversee Wall Street Banks
  • U.S. Agency Moves to Allow Class-Action Lawsuits Against Financial Firms
  • Short Selling
  • The Bounty Hunter of Wall Street
  • Morning Agenda: United Technologies Declines Honeywell Offer
  • Morning Agenda: Barclays and Credit Suisse to Settle ‘Dark Pool’ Inquiries
  • Case Sheds Light on Goldman’s Role as Lender in Short Sales
  • Morning Agenda: Uber Said to Plan Another $1 Billion in Fund-Raising
  • China’s Stock Exchanges Crack Down on Short-Selling
  • Hedge Funds Reassess China After Market Free Fall
  • Morning Agenda: Winners and Losers in Health Care Mergers
  • The Loneliness of the Short-Seller
  • Regulators Temporarily Ban Short-Selling of Portugal Telecom
  • NYT > Securities and Commodities Violations
  • Former Employee Testifies Shkreli Threatened Him and His Family
  • Martin Shkreli’s Ex-Mentor Testifies About His Bad Behavior
  • New S.E.C. Chairman Pledges to Look After Ordinary Investors
  • Wanting Martin Shkreli to Stop Talking, Prosecutors Seek Judge’s Help
  • Shkreli Had No Trouble Courting Investors, Financier Says at Trial
  • Shkreli’s Lawyer Calls Him ‘Strange’ but Berates Fraud Case Against Him
  • Martin Shkreli, ‘Pharma Bro,’ Prepares for Trial: ‘I’m So Innocent’
  • The Making of Martin Shkreli as ‘Pharma Bro’
  • Supreme Court Casts Doubts on a Potent S.E.C. Weapon
  • Exxon Emissions Costs Accounting ‘May Be a Sham,’ New York State Says
  • Economics
  • Central Bankers Play Waiting Game on Inflation
  • Yellen Treads Carefully on Regulatory Issues in Senate Panel Appearance
  • E-Commerce as a Jobs Engine? One Economist’s Unorthodox View
  • Allen & Co.’s Meeting of the Moguls, and Yellen Goes to Congress
  • Fed Officials Are Divided Over When to Reduce Its Debt Holdings
  • Ex-Executives of Barclays Are in Court, and U.S. Jobs Report Is Due
  • Conglomerates Didn’t Die. They Look Like Amazon.
  • Janet Yellen and the Case of the Missing Inflation
  • A President at War With His Fed Chief, 5 Decades Before Trump
  • Movers: The Fed Meets; British Inflation Accelerates
  • Deflation (Economics)
  • The Low-Inflation World May Be Sticking Around Longer Than Expected
  • What the West Can Learn From Japan About the Cultural Value of Work
  • Japan’s Negative Interest Rates Explained
  • Senate Committee to Discuss Wells Fargo Scandal as Federal Reserve Meets
  • Bank of Japan Resists Strong Medicine for Stimulus
  • 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
  • Economic Conditions and Trends
  • How Inequality Erodes the Foundation of Modern Societies
  • Qatar Criticizes ‘Face-Saving’ Move by Arab Antagonists in Gulf Crisis
  • At the Finish, Dalian Wanda of China Rewrites a Blockbuster Sale
  • U.S. and Chinese Executives to Meet on Nations’ Economic Relations
  • The Cost of a Hot Economy in California: A Severe Housing Crisis
  • Predictably, China’s Year-on-Year Growth Maintains Its Steady Pace
  • Exodus From a Historic Puerto Rican Town, With No End in Sight
  • Canadian Nursing Home Deal Spurs Questions About Chinese Money
  • North Koreans in Russia Work ‘Basically in the Situation of Slaves’
  • Modi’s Strongman Economics
  • Banking Industry
  • Central Bankers Play Waiting Game on Inflation
  • Easy Money Saved This Italian City. Soon, It Will Run Out.
  • Big German Bank, Key to Trump’s Finances, Faces New Scrutiny
  • HNA Finds Wall St.’s Enthusiasm for Chinese Conglomerates Is Cooling
  • Convictions of 2 Former Traders in Libor Scandal Are Dismissed
  • How to Make Your Credit Card Act Like a Debit Card
  • Morgan Stanley Gives Goldman Sachs a Lesson in Diversity
  • Citigroup Said to Open Frankfurt Hub as Banks Consider Post-‘Brexit’ Moves
  • Ex-Chairman of Spanish Bank Is Found Dead of a Gunshot Wound
  • Goldman Sachs Struggles to Navigate the Markets
  • 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
  • Why All Shareholder Voices, Even Passive Ones, Matter
  • Daily Report: Reinventing Food Isn’t Easy
  • Board Member Exodus Hits Hampton Creek, a Healthy Food Start-Up
  • Procter & Gamble’s Board Could Use a Fresh Member
  • Amid Tumult at Uber, Bill Gurley Is Said to Be Leaving Board
  • Dubious Corporate Practices Get a Rubber Stamp From Big Investors
  • Whole Foods, Pressured by Restless Investors, Shakes Up Board
  • Wells Fargo Chairman Should Listen to Investors and Step Down
  • Wells Fargo Shareholders Tepidly Re-elect Bank’s Directors
  • A Showdown Over Wells Fargo’s Board of Directors Looms
  • 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
  • Ten Years After Going Public, Blackstone Stock Hasn’t Budged
  • A Kansas Investment Firm Spurring Change on Wall Street
  • Five Big Tech Stocks Build Market Euphoria, and Jitters
  • Movers: Blackstone Sells Logicor and Nikkei Tops 20,000
  • Malaysian Money. Opulent Ideas. But Now, for Park Lane, a Forced Sale.
  • Movers: Arconic and Elliott Settle, Blackstone’s ‘Trump Bump’
  • Saudi Arabia to Invest $20 Billion in Infrastructure, Mostly in U.S.
  • 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
  • Federal Debt Ceiling (National Debt)
  • In Congress, Obstructionists Are Obstructing Themselves
  • Deadline Is Set for Congress to Raise Debt Ceiling
  • Mick Mulvaney on the Budget, Congressional Scorekeepers and Staying Frugal
  • Trump Budget Plan Offers No Clarity, and So Far No ‘Magic Unicorn’
  • ‘Why Should We Worry About the National Debt?’
  • Economists Fear Trump’s Tax Plan Only Heightens a ‘Mountain of 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
  • NYT > Company Reports
  • Goldman Sachs Struggles to Navigate the Markets
  • BlackRock Earnings Rise 9 Percent, Buoyed by Passive Funds
  • Results for Big Banks Show a Reliance on Washington
  • JPMorgan and Citigroup Report Slow Trading in Otherwise Strong Results
  • China’s $800 Billion Sovereign Wealth Fund Seeks More U.S. Access
  • Samsung, Seeking to Move Past Scandals, Forecasts Record Profit
  • Movers: Activist Investor Takes Aim at Parent of Saks
  • Movers: Whole Foods Surges After Sale to Amazon
  • Spotify Is Growing, but So Are Its Losses
  • Movers: Jeff Immelt Out as C.E.O. of G.E.
  • Private Equity
  • U.S. and Chinese Executives to Meet on Nations’ Economic Relations
  • K.K.R. Lays Out a Line of Succession, a Rare Move in Private Equity
  • With Leonard Green Stake, Blackstone Harks Back to Its Roots
  • The Private Equity Firm That Quietly Profits on Top-Selling Drugs
  • Berkshire Hathaway Makes a $9 Billion Bid for Energy Future Holdings
  • Apollo’s Huge Buyout Fund Provides for a Large Margin of Error
  • Ten Years After Going Public, Blackstone Stock Hasn’t Budged
  • Amid Tumult at Uber, Bill Gurley Is Said to Be Leaving Board
  • Uber’s Growing Pains (and Possible Remedy)
  • J. Crew Debt Maneuver Can Be a Model for Other Troubled Retailers
  • Bonuses
  • As C.E.O. Pay Packages Grow, Top Executives Have the President’s Ear
  • How the C.E.O. Rankings Were Done
  • 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
  • NYT > Budgets and Budgeting
  • Mr. Macron Starts Making Waves
  • De Blasio, With ‘Cultural Plan,’ Proposes Linking Money to Diversity
  • Cuts to A.I.D. Budget
  • Why Single-Payer Health Care Saves Money
  • Illinois Lawmakers Override Budget Veto, Ending Two-Year Stalemate
  • Illinois Moves a Step Closer to Ending Its Budget Deadlock
  • New Jersey Beaches Reopen, but Christie Catches More Heat
  • Standoff Ends in Budget Deal for New Jersey
  • Caught in Budget Tugs of War, States Teeter on the Brink
  • ‘That’s Him’: Christie Goes to the Shore, and the Critics Pounce
  • Accounting and Accountants
  • Warren Buffett Invests in Canada, but Should You?
  • Ukraine Cyberattack Was Meant to Paralyze, not Profit, Evidence Shows
  • Your Child’s Tuition Is Paid While You’re in Tahiti
  • Fujifilm-Xerox Venture Ousts Executives Over Accounting Trouble
  • A Little-Known Accounting Change Could Have a Big Impact
  • 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
  • Your Money - Taxes
  • Should You Take Advantage of a Deferred Compensation Plan?
  • Rare G.O.P. Species Runs for New Jersey Governor: A Moderate
  • New York City Pensions Are Still in Crisis
  • Hudson Yards Offered a Payday for the Subway, but We Got Offices
  • Why I Am Giving My Children Their Inheritance Now
  • Why ‘Mayism’ Really Is a Thing
  • 500 Students in a One-Room School: Fallout of New Jersey’s Funding Woes
  • Where Anti-Tax Fervor Means ‘All Services Will Cease’
  • Tool to Aid Student Loan Borrowers Will Come Back Online Soon
  • South Korea’s Powerful Family Business Ties Could Be Tough to Cut
  • Federal Taxes (US)
  • White House Scaling Back Goals for Business Tax Cuts
  • Just. Cut. Taxes.
  • What Constitutes Obstruction? A Tax Case May Narrow the Definition
  • How Low Can Taxes Go? Outside Washington, Republicans Find Limits
  • Outside Collectors for I.R.S. Are Accused of Illegal Practices
  • Don’t Miss Chance to Rewrite Tax Code, Paul Ryan Will Tell His Party
  • Zombies, Vampires and Republicans
  • The Stainless vs. the Shameless
  • Remember the Promise of Good Jobs?
  • Kansas Rises Up Against the Trickle-Down Con Job
  • Income Tax
  • How Low Can Taxes Go? Outside Washington, Republicans Find Limits
  • Should You Take Advantage of a Deferred Compensation Plan?
  • The False Premise Behind G.O.P. Tax Cuts
  • Has the Democratic Party Gotten Too Rich for Its Own Good?
  • Trump’s Giant Loophole
  • U.K.’s Labour Party Pledges Broad Tax Increases to Pay for New Benefits
  • Another Terrible Thing About Taxes
  • Trump Lawyers Say He Had No Russian Income or Debt, With Some Exceptions
  • Trump’s Proposed Tax Cut Could Open a Path to Widespread Avoidance
  • Trump Folks: Tell the Truth About Your Tax Plan
  • Alternative Minimum Tax
  • The Stainless vs. the Shameless
  • Trump Folks: Tell the Truth About Your Tax Plan
  • Trump Could Save Tens of Millions of Dollars in One Year Under His Proposed Tax Plan
  • How Trump’s Tax Plan Could Affect You
  • Trump Tax Plan Would Shift Trillions From U.S. Coffers to the Richest
  • State and Local Tax Deduction: An Item Blurring Party Lines
  • A.M.T., With Few Defenders, Is Newly Targeted in Trump Tax Plan
  • 5 Hurdles to the Adoption of Trump’s Tax Plan This Year
  • Economists Fear Trump’s Tax Plan Only Heightens a ‘Mountain of Debt’
  • President Trump’s Laughable Plan to Cut His Own Taxes
  • Antitrust Laws and Competition Issues
  • AT&T’s Blockbuster Deal for Time Warner Hangs in Limbo
  • News Outlets to Seek Bargaining Rights Against Google and Facebook
  • Mike’s and Kevin’s Week in Tech: Streaming Music and Harassment in Venture Capital
  • Yelp’s Six-Year Grudge Against Google
  • A Way to Own Your Social-Media Data
  • Walgreens Calls Off Deal to Buy Rite Aid
  • Daily Report: New Chapter in Europe vs. American Tech Behemoths
  • Google Fined Record $2.7 Billion in E.U. Antitrust Ruling
  • Google Said to Face $1.2 Billion Antitrust Fine, but Battle With Europe Looms
  • In Qatar Airways, American Airlines May Have an Unwanted Suitor
  • 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
  • Tips for Adding a Teenage Driver to Your Auto Insurance
  • Even Good Drivers May Be Hampered by Stigma of High-Risk Insurance
  • Airbnb Is Popular, but Renting Out Your Car? That’s Another Story
  • 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
  • Bankruptcies
  • Elliott Hedge Fund Seeks to Challenge Buffett’s Bid for Energy Company
  • Puerto Rico’s Power Authority Effectively Files for Bankruptcy
  • A Proposed Bankruptcy for Banks That Will Lead to Bailouts
  • Effects of Takata Bankruptcy to Extend Far and Wide
  • Takata, Unable to Overcome Airbag Crisis, Files for Bankruptcy Protection
  • Takata Said to Ready Bankruptcy Filing Ahead of Sale to Rival
  • Wells Fargo Is Accused of Making Improper Changes to Mortgages
  • In Portland, a Rare Outpost for Die-Hard Saab Fans
  • Why Regulators Are Needed to Handle Failed Banks
  • Fyre Was Bad. For the Concert Industry, This One Could Be Worse.
  • 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)
  • Jared Kushner’s Beleaguered Tenants
  • After Complaints, Fannie Mae Will Stop Selling Homes to Vision Property
  • Housing Regulator Is Pushed to Crack Down on Sales of Foreclosed Properties
  • In Flint, Overdue Bills for Unsafe Water Could Lead to Foreclosures
  • 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
  • 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
  • He Thought He’d Be Your Rabbi. Now, He’ll Get You a Mortgage.
  • Oops, Wells Fargo Did It Again
  • Wells Fargo Is Accused of Making Improper Changes to Mortgages
  • Want to Buy a Home? Beware: It’s a Seller’s Market
  • Mortgages for Seniors? Available, but Exacting
  • What Is the Smartest Way to Pay Off a Debt?
  • Household Debt Makes a Comeback in the U.S.
  • How to Buy a New Home When You Don’t Have a Lot of Cash
  • Real Estate’s New Normal: Homeowners Staying Put
  • It’s a Good Time to Trade Your Student Debt for Home Debt
  • 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
  • Goldman's Rotten Trading Quarter Is a Familiar Smell on Wall Street
  • Trump Stumps South Korean Markets More Than Any Missile Tests
  • Maurice Greenberg Loses Bid for Damages From A.I.G. Bailout
  • 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
  • Economic Crisis and Market Upheavals
  • Byrd Bath: Seven Provisions That Could Disappear From the Senate Health Bill
  • A Bill Funding Arts and Humanities Endowments Passes House Committee
  • Freddie Mac Follows Fannie Mae to Rental Market, With Affordability as Goal
  • New G.O.P. Battle Begins as Republicans Look to Pass a Budget
  • Perry Praises ‘Clean Coal,’ but Trump Administration Policies Don’t Promote It
  • In Congress, Obstructionists Are Obstructing Themselves
  • Where Else Does the U.S. Have an Infrastructure Problem? Antarctica
  • Republicans Leap Into the Awful Known
  • Save the Census
  • Congressional Budget Office Casts Doubt on Trump Spending Plan
  • Municipal Bonds
  • When the Trump Agenda Loses Steam, Muni Bonds Gain Momentum
  • Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of July 10
  • Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of July 3
  • Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of June 26
  • Looking for (Another) $1.1 Billion to Finish an Amusement Mall
  • Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of May 8
  • Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of May 1
  • Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of April 24
  • Treasury Auctions Set for the Week of April 17
  • The Muni Market Turns Toward Washington
  • Mutual Funds
  • Wealth Advisers Set Up Shop With a Shared Back Office
  • Lower Fees Are Great, if You Actually Get Them
  • Aiming to Do Good, Not Just Well
  • William McNabb, Chief Executive of Fund Giant Vanguard, to Step Down
  • The Best Health Savings Accounts for Spending or Investing
  • Tech Stocks Boom, but Some Stock Pickers Are Wary
  • Five Big Tech Stocks Build Market Euphoria, and Jitters
  • AllianceBernstein Ousts C.E.O. and Shakes Up Board
  • 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?
  • Commercial Paper
  • Why All Shareholder Voices, Even Passive Ones, Matter
  • Easy Money Saved This Italian City. Soon, It Will Run Out.
  • Manafort Was in Debt to Pro-Russia Interests, Cyprus Records Show
  • How to Make Your Credit Card Act Like a Debit Card
  • Goldman Sachs Struggles to Navigate the Markets
  • AMC Tries to Steer Clear of Chinese Owner’s Debt Worries
  • Wall Street Profits by Putting Investors in the Slow Lane
  • Procter & Gamble’s Board Could Use a Fresh Member
  • Mysterious Document Is Latest Blow for Dalian Wanda
  • Struggles at Procter & Gamble Draw Scrutiny of Nelson Peltz
  • 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
  • Yes, the Trump Administration Has Ideas, and Some Are O.K.
  • Fisticuffs Over the Route to a Clean-Energy Future
  • Scientists Praise Energy Innovation Office Trump Wants to Shut Down
  • In Trump Country, Renewable Energy Is Thriving
  • Cornell’s Climate-Conscious Urban Campus Arises
  • A Photo From Space Shows Belgium Shining Bright, and Social Media Lights Up
  • 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
  • Advertising and Marketing
  • Meet My Dog, Barnaby, Aspiring Instagram ‘Pup-fluencer’
  • Britain Cracking Down on Gender Stereotypes in Ads
  • Pinterest Wants to Show Advertisers It Can Run With the Big Dogs
  • A Wearable Vibrator for Couples
  • Advertising on the French Riviera: The Internet Come to Life
  • At Cannes, the Great Gusher of Content Comes With Warning Signs
  • In Advertising Paradise, Reality Is Just a Conversation Away
  • Would You Trust Tom Selleck With Your Life Savings?
  • How Battling Brands Online Has Gained Urgency, and Impact
  • For Your Consideration: An Increasingly Lavish Emmy Campaign Season
  • Regulation and Deregulation of Industry
  • White House Boasts of Its Savings in Regulatory Rollback
  • HNA Finds Wall St.’s Enthusiasm for Chinese Conglomerates Is Cooling
  • AMC Tries to Steer Clear of Chinese Owner’s Debt Worries
  • Forcing Banks to Fight Fair
  • Chinese Finance Meeting’s Meager Results Reflect Nation’s Problems
  • ‘The Undoing of a Republic’
  • Yellen Treads Carefully on Regulatory Issues in Senate Panel Appearance
  • The Times and ProPublica Partner to Uncover Who Is Deregulating America
  • The Deep Industry Ties of Trump’s Deregulation Teams
  • Trump Nominates Randal K. Quarles to Oversee Wall Street Banks
  • Investments
  • A Possible Alternative to Stocks and Bonds: Commodities?
  • Ways of Winning in a Bull Market
  • Tech Stocks Boom, but Some Stock Pickers Are Wary
  • New Perk: A Day Off to Take Care of Your Financial Health
  • 5 Things to Consider Before Buying Today’s Hot Investment
  • Ask the Sketch Guy: Should I Finally Buy Some Bitcoin?
  • 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
  • Planning
  • Tax Reform, Reagan Style, May Be a Tougher Fit for Trump
  • White House Scaling Back Goals for Business Tax Cuts
  • The Secrets to Saving for College
  • What Constitutes Obstruction? A Tax Case May Narrow the Definition
  • Should You Take Advantage of a Deferred Compensation Plan?
  • Trump, Amazon and ‘Internet Taxes’: What Did He Mean?
  • Outside Collectors for I.R.S. Are Accused of Illegal Practices
  • New York City Pensions Are Still in Crisis
  • Exxon Mobil Lends Its Support to a Carbon Tax Proposal
  • Before You Pay for Financial Advice, Read This Guide
  • Pensions and Retirement Plans
  • A Quick-and-Dirty Guide for Retirement Saving
  • New York City’s Pension System
  • In Texas, Some Rare Good News About Cities With Pension Woes
  • Do Not Drain Your 401(k), or Let a Former Employer Do It
  • Strapped Pension Funds, and the Hefty Investment Fees They Pay
  • How Macron Would Fix the French Economy
  • Rising Risks for Retirement Savers
  • Teacher Pensions in Puerto Rico
  • Iceland Will Lift Remaining Capital Controls in Place Since 2008 Crash
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    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
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    National Science Foundation  IBM

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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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    Millions of worldwide users included Global-2000 Corporations and G-20 World Governments.

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