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Steve Pearlstein

October 16, 2010 Constellation's fallout with French firm unfortunately the new business as usual

Source: Steven Pearlstein, Washington Post

If you were looking for an example of the erosion in standards of business behavior, you couldn't do better than the story of Constellation Energy and its recent falling-out with the French nuclear energy company EDF.

October 13, 2010 Wage cuts hurt, but they may be the only way to get Americans back to work

Source: Steven Pearlstein, Washington Post

Last week, General Motors and the United Auto Workers announced agreement on a new two-tier wage structure that would allow the automaker to produce its next-generation subcompact car in Michigan rather than in South Korea. Sixty...

September 29, 2010 Can business afford Jim DeMint?

Source: Steven Pearlstein, Washington Post

For all you in the business community who are rooting for a Republican victory in the November elections, a bit of unsolicited advice: Be careful what you wish for

September 25, 2010 Yes, it may finally be time to get back into stocks

Source: Steven Pearlstein, Washington Post

In early June 2007, while on my way to New England for my daughter's college graduation, I was reading through my usual pile of newspapers and decided I had seen enough evidence that a financial bubble was about to pop. After the...

September 23, 2010 Does it taste like fruitcake, yet?

Source: Steven Pearlstein, Washington Post

One unfortunate side effect of a dramatic shift in the political winds is that the party that suddenly has momentum thinks it can claim vindication for every nutty notion spouted by its leaders.

September 20, 2010 Bank regulators once bamboozled, now emboldened

Source: Steven Peaslstein, Washington Post

The encouraging news out of Basel, Switzerland, is that the world's bank regulators are finally getting their spines back. Until the financial crisis exposed their gullibility, the regulators had been bamboozled into believing...

September 12, 2010 The bleak truth about unemployment

Source: Steve Pearlstein, Washington Post

Somewhere between the rantings of the Republican right, which is peddling the nonsense that excessive government spending is to blame for high unemployment, and the Democratic left, which clings to the false hope that another...

September 3, 2010 Put the millionaires' tax money to good use

Source: Steve Pearlstein, Washington Post

With the economy downshifting into first gear and their poll numbers sagging, the White House and Democratic congressional leaders are desperate for an economic and political game-changer as they head into the November elections....

August 20, 2010 Cure for excessive Wall Street compensation: Price wars

Source: Steve Pearlstean, Washington Post

Normally, the big investment banks would be salivating over the prospect of a $15 billion stock offering by General Motors, which by rights would generate $450 million in fees. But a funny thing happened on the way to this...

August 13, 2010 Despite scandal, for-profit education offers valuable model

Source: Steve Pearlstein, Washington Post

Last week's revelations about the high prices, uneven performance and shady marketing practices of for-profit universities have now cast a dark cloud over what had been the fastest-growing segment of higher education.

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