Posts filed under “Digital Media”

Presidential Campaign Promises ($)

via NYT


For Obama, Rare Chance for Bold Start on Big Task
NYT, January 18, 2009

Category: Digital Media, Politics, Taxes and Policy

American Attitudes

Form the Sunday NYT: via NYT > Source: Poll Finds Faith in Obama, Mixed With Patience ADAM NAGOURNEY and MARJORIE CONNELLY NYT, January 17, 2009

Category: Digital Media, Politics, Psychology

Hedge Fund Falloff

via NYT > Source: Hedge Funds, Unhinged LOUISE STORY NYT, January 17, 2009

Category: Digital Media, Hedge Funds, Trading

Global Slowdown in Exports

via NYT > Source: Sharp Trade Contraction Knows No Borders FLOYD NORRIS NYT, January 16, 2009

Category: Digital Media, Economy, Markets

Horror Story

Bespoke Investment Group notes that in less than two years, the market cap of the S&P financial sector has shrunk to $959 billion from nearly $3 trillion at its May 2007 peak. Citigroup has lost in value close to 10 times its current market cap. > Source: Parade of the Basket Cases ALAN ABELSON Barrons…Read More

Category: Bailouts, Credit, Digital Media

U.S. Foreclosure Market Data by State – 2008

via Realty Trac

Category: Digital Media, Legal, Real Estate

10 Most Unethical People in Business

Via Marketwatch: Bernard Madoff. David Colby, former CFO of Wellpoint Rod Blagojevich, governor of Illinois Heinz-Joachim Neubürger, Karl-Hermann Baumann and Johannes Feldmayer. The two former CFOs and former chairman of Siemens Ted Stevens, former senator from Alaska Bruno A Kaelin, former senior vice president and head of corporate compliance at Alstom Adam Vitale, sentenced to…Read More

Category: Digital Media, Legal

$835 Billion Stimulus

via NYT Source: Senate Releases Second Portion of Bailout Fund DAVID M. HERSZENHORN NYT, January 15, 2009

Category: Bailouts, Digital Media, Taxes and Policy

One Way of Measuring a Bank’s Health

Click for ginormous chart > Source: In Michigan, Bank Lends Little of Its Bailout Funds ERIC LIPTON and RON NIXON NYT, January 13, 2009

Category: Bailouts, Credit, Digital Media

Air Force Rules of Engagement for Blogging

This is the approach from the Air Force — how to use and respond to blogging. Classic military analysis: via Global Nerdy

Category: Digital Media, Weblogs