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Business Intelligence Brief: October 20, 2014

Boomers Still Have One Last Chance for Impact The talk has been about the young – isn’t it always? TV shows are canceled because they are only popular with the…

Business Intelligence Brief: October 17, 2014

Poverty Is Down but Still a Problem Both the official poverty rate and the alternative rate of poverty have declined a little in the last few years but the issue…

Business Intelligence Bref: October 16, 2014

Is Deflation the Real Concern Now? In most respects the business community fears deflation more than it worries about inflation – at least in the short term. The problem with…

Business Intelligence Brief: October 15, 2014

The 3 Most Common Reasons for Long Term Unemployment The length of this recession has created a number of unique problems and chief among them is the worker who has…

Business Intelligence Brief: October 14, 2014

Nobel Prize in Economics Goes to Jean Tirole The Nobel Prize system comes under attack every year as the selection committee is very small and generally has a pretty clear…

Business Intelligence Brief: October 13, 2014

How Dangerous has Ebola Become? The answer to that question depends on how one elects to frame the discussion. Is Ebola going to become a pandemic on the scale of…

Business Intelligence Brief: October 10, 2014

We Told You it Would be a Roller Coaster Really we did. We looked it up and at the start of the year we discussed the volatility that has marked…

Business Intelligence Brief: October 9, 2014

New Concerns Show Up in Fed Minutes The latest minutes from the Fed reflect the comments that have been made by many of the Fed officials as they hit the…

Business Intelligence Brief – October 8, 2014

Polls Reveal a Very Disillusioned Electorate Once upon a time it was “the economy, stupid” and it seemed that every voter was invested in the outcome but if the most…

Business Intelligence Brief: October 7, 2014

The Politics of Data Courage – the elections are taking place in about a month and you, the consumer and voter, will have a couple of days free from aggressive…

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