Despite the largest economic losses in history, analysts are divided in how quickly they expect the global insurance industry to respond by raising rates.
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About That Mancession: It’s A Catchy Concept That Does Not Comport With Reality
With all the talk about mancessions, you’d think women would be doing a lot better than this.
Dave Behr Looks At The MBA, a/k/a The $260,000 Piece Of Paper, And Finds It Lacking
We’ve got scientific proof that law school is a bad investment. What about other expensive graduate programs? Dave Behr looks at the MBA, a/k/a the $260,000 piece of paper, and finds it lacking.
Letter From Washington – Congress Returns
With Congress back in town, D.C. traffic has returned to its typically awful state. The Senate is currently considering a “small business lending proposal” that I write about here . Unlike a fair number of proposals from the Left that can’t work on their own terms, this bill is a bona fide effort to solve [...]
FIRE Podcast – Peter Chapman Talks About The Last Of The Imperious Rich
Peter Chapman, author of The Last Of The Imperious Rich: Lehman Brothers 1844-2008, is the guest on this week’s FIRE News podcast. Peter talks with host Arin Greenwood about the fascinating Lehman brothers themselves. He also describes the firm’s rise and fall, from its start in the cotton trade in Alabama to its years of [...]
FIRE Podcast – Dr. Marina Adshade Explains Sex And Economics
This week’s FIRE News podcast is all about sex and economics. Dr. Marina Adshade, an economics professor at Dalhousie University, talks about her work looking at the economics of love and sex, which encompasses analysis of marriage, promiscuity, polygamy, and the cheapest night of the week to hire a prostitute. Listen to the podcast here [...]
How Small Businesses Get The Money They Need: The Tough Goes To Griffon Prep
How are small businesses financing themselves in this tight credit market? OOTS News is asking business owners, bankers, angel investors, and others, to talk about their experiences. When the going gets tough, the tough goes to grad school. And for the tough to go to grad school, the tough ordinarily must first take a test [...]
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