About one in five members of the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai say they have been pressured to transfer technology.
Although September was a relatively quiet month for stock investors, third quarter returns were strong. Domestic equities surged more than 7% for the quarter, far outpacing foreign markets. For the past 9 months, U.S. stocks are sporting double-digit returns, while foreign stocks find themselves in negative territory.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is not happy with the recent corporate tax cuts and increased government spending … otherwise referred to as fiscal stimulus.
Brookings scholars Ron Haskins and Isabel Sawhill define the “success sequence” as getting educated, working, and then marrying before having children … in that order. National Longitudinal Survey of Youth sociologists W. Bradford Wilcox and Wendy Wang recently tested the three success sequence among millennials (ages 28 to 34).