Posts Tagged “Politics”
by Beth Connolly on September 18, 2012
Throughout his campaign, presidential candidate Mitt Romney has struggled to convey authenticity to voters. He has appeared, at different times, stiff, awkward, overly formal, arrogant, and genuinely uncomfortable in the spotlight. The general perception that he is unable to relate (…)
by Beth Connolly on July 19, 2012
UBS’s least-favorite executive, Robert Wolf, departs to start off on his own at an advising firm.
by Wall Street Job Report on July 19, 2012
Declining confidence in the nation’s economic prospects appears to be the most powerful force influencing voters as the presidential election gears up
by Wall Street Job Report on June 26, 2012
American history is full of fractious political battles similar to those of the past decade. At the heart of most usually lies an organized special-interest group opposed to the White House and its policies.
by Kyle Colona on June 7, 2012
There is a murmur in the media that a strong push back by Wall Street lobbyists has “killed” the Dodd-Frank law, but rumors of the reform measure’s demise have been greatly exaggerated. For example, in a piece of journalistic gymnastics (…)