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Is Columbus Day Sailing Off the Calendar?

online.wsj.com — (See Corrections & Amplifications below.) Arrivederci, Columbus Day. The tradition of honoring Christopher Columbus for sailing the ocean blue in 1492 is facing rougher seas than the Niña, Pinta and Santa Maria. Philadelphia's annual Columbus Day parade has been canceled.

George Akerlof (aka Mr. Janet Yellen) Heads to Georgetown

blogs.wsj.com — George Akerlof has a new job. The Nobel laureate, also known as Mr. Janet Yellen, is heading to Georgetown University in November. The university said Mr. Akerlof, who has been a senior resident scholar at the International Monetary Fund, will join Georgetown's McCourt School of Public Policy and teach on topics including "when and how economics should be applied to public policy."

Live Blog: Follow the Federal Reserve Decision and Janet Yellen’s Press Conference

blogs.wsj.com — This will be the Fed's 15 th press conference since Ben Bernanke started this post-FOMC ritual three and a half years ago. If Yellen doesn't like it, she has only herself to blame. The press conferences grew out of a committee she led as Fed vice chair to overhaul the central bank's communications strategy.

How Washington Would Respond to an Economic Jolt From Overseas Tensions

blogs.wsj.com — What could go wrong? U.S. economic policy makers have that question on their minds these days as escalating tensions in the Middle East and Eastern Europe threaten to restrain a mounting U.S. recovery. It's hardly a new risk to the current economic expansion.

Live Blog: Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen’s Semi-Annual Testimony

blogs.wsj.com — Here's a link to the text of Ms. Yellen's remarks and here's a link to the full Monetary Policy Report. Here we go. In just minutes, Janet Yellen will appear and so will her testimony. We'll have it all here live. As our preview noted, during her previous semi-annual report the U.S.

Live Blog: Follow the Federal Reserve Decision and Janet Yellen’s Press Conference

Live Blog: Janet Yellen’s Press Conference and Fed Decision

blogs.wsj.com — Janet Yellen wraps up her first policy meeting Wednesday as chairwoman of the Federal Reserve, then steps in front of reporters (and live cameras) for her first press conference. We'll be following the action here throughout the afternoon.

White House’s Technology Push a Double-Edged Sword for Low-Wage Workers

blogs.wsj.com — The White House's annual Economic Report of the President pushes a raft of proposals designed to make the U.S. economy stronger and more productive in the long run. Some of them run the risk of making a subset of U.S. workers, who have been front and center for the White House lately, more vulnerable in the short run.

5 Questions Through the Eyes of White House Economists

blogs.wsj.com — Share Share The Economic Report of the President, compiled annually by the White House's Council of Economic Advisers, offers a mix of uplifting messages about the U.S. economy's prospects (U-S-A! U-S-A!) alongside a sobering analysis of the nation's persistent economic problems. It's a 410-page tome , worth its place on your nightstand regardless of the party occupying the White House.

Tim Geithner, the Never-Ending Target

blogs.wsj.com — The stock market is rising and the deepest fears about economic turmoil are abating. So things must be looking up for Tim Geithner, right? Not entirely. After tax problems ahead of his confirmation and the initial rough reception for his plan to fix the banking crisis, the Treasury secretary has cemented an image that joke writers across the country are embracing.
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Dec 17, 2014

Economists react to the Fed statement: "bizarre" "Fed didn’t do itself any favors" "hard to see what is achieved" on.wsj.com/1DPPBxo

Dec 17, 2014

How will the Fed view plunging oil prices, Russia's mess and a slowing global economy? Follow along on our live blog: on.wsj.com/1DP4L5Q

Dec 17, 2014

RT @NeilShahWSJ: The typical affluent US family now has about 70 times more wealth than a lower-income family. on.wsj.com/1yYyZeO pic.twitter.com/8eHWr2VYqQ

Dec 17, 2014

17% of Americans expect the U.S. economy to worsen in 2015, the lowest pessimism in two years on.wsj.com/1zqaomZ pic.twitter.com/CMskPIYKbh

Dec 17, 2014

At a bank branch in Moscow: “People are bringing piles, huge piles of cash. It is madness." on.wsj.com/1wFnXxL

Dec 17, 2014

.@TheEconomist compares Dec. 16 in Russia to Black Thursday in 1929 and Black Monday in October 1987 econ.st/1wFokbH

Dec 17, 2014

U.S. officials believe Russia could be on the verge of insolvency. “Their system seems to be freezing up.” on.wsj.com/1wFnCv7

Dec 17, 2014

U.S. occupations with the lowest obesity rates: economists, scientists and psychologists on.wsj.com/1syKBTi pic.twitter.com/gXpxCTfhBk

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