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September hike coming? Fisher's view

Schlumberger buys Cameron in $14.8B deal

Kenneth Rogoff, economist who predicted eurozone crisis, has been warning the world about China for years

business.financialpost.com — Kenneth Rogoff has long warned of a potential financial crisis in China. Time is rapidly running out. From China to Brazil, the central banks have lost control and at the same time the global economy is grinding to a halt.

A Warning on China Seems Prescient

nytimes.com — Kenneth Rogoff has long warned of a potential financial crisis in China. Mr. Rogoff, a professor of economics at Harvard University, accurately predicted the eurozone debt crisis and for years has been telling anyone who would listen that China posed the next big threat to the global economy.
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Iran deal makes region safer: Berger

video.cnbc.com — Former National Security Adviser Samuel Berger of Albright Stonebridge Group, shares his view of the Iran nuclear program deal. Berger says "we're not giving Iran a nickel."

Chairs: Squawk takes a stand

video.cnbc.com — The "Squawk Box" news team discusses some of the morning's most provocative headlines, including a locker room fight leaving Jets' quarterback Geno Smith out for at least 6 weeks, and FDA issuing a warning over Kim Kardashian's drug promos.

Should share buybacks be made illegal?

smh.com.au — After the buyback craze of the last decade, a growing debate has emerged that increasingly has Wall Street and corporate America worried. Should corporate stock buybacks be regulated? Or made illegal? Those are the questions not-so-quietly being floated in Washington by a group of elected officials and others trying to get elected, including most recently, Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Stock Buybacks Draw Scrutiny From Politicians

nytimes.com — Should corporate stock buybacks be regulated? Or made illegal? Those are the questions not-so-quietly being floated in Washington by a group of elected officials and others trying to get elected, including most recently, Hillary Rodham Clinton. Is the government really going to outlaw buybacks, which over the past decade have become one of the business world's favorite corporate finance tools?
Aug 11, 2015

Hillary: Other countries require fast disclosure of CEO-enriching #stockbuybacks. Why not U.S.? nyti.ms/1L3cxfO #CEOpay #executivepay

Aug 14, 2015

Disagree with @andrewsorkin's conclusion: buybacks to boost share prices are still manipulation & should be stopped nyti.ms/1L3cxfO

Delivering Alpha unfiltered: Global Opportunity

video.cnbc.com — Complete video of Andrew Ross Sorkin's panel on how to navigate the wide array of global investment challenges that investors face featuring Chris Ailman, Mary Callahan Erdoes, Eric Mindich and Richard Perry.

Clinton Aim Is to Thwart Quick Buck on Wall St.

nytimes.com — While Washington and the media were worked up about Hillary Rodham Clinton's emails last Friday, most of the nation seemingly missed - or at least largely ignored - what may have been her most important comments yet about how she plans to transform Wall Street and corporate America. If Mrs.
Jul 28, 2015

Hillary Clinton aims to destroy "quarterly capitalism" in significant but ignored speech nyti.ms/1LR9LKE

Jul 28, 2015

Must read @andrewrsorkin column on Hillary's overshadowed Wall Street speech on Friday: nyti.ms/1IDSjZj

Jul 28, 2015

Solid @andrewrsorkin piece on how Clinton's new stock regulation plan could curb some short-termism on Wall Street: nyti.ms/1LR9LKE

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Aug 27, 2015

RT @MikeHuckman: Tom Perkins proclaims "Carly Fiorina won 1st GOP Primary debate" in full-pg letter to @andrewrsorkin.At kid's table! pic.twitter.com/33MP7cJiOC


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