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    MiB: Meir Statman on Finance for Normal People

    Story Source This week on our Masters in Business radio podcast, we sit down with Meir Statman, Santa Clara University Professor of Finance, and author of What Investors Really Want: Know What Drives Investor Behavior and his latest book, Finance for Normal People: How Investors and Markets Behave. What he does so well is to contextualize the development of behavioral […]

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    Buyer beware: Subsidy-driven solar industry a bubble waiting to burst

    Story Source Automotive research company Edmunds warned that the elimination of the $7,500 U.S. tax credit for electric vehicles (EV) is, “likely to kill the EV market” according to Bloomberg. Think about this.  TESLA, an electric car company that has yet to make a profit, has the largest market capitalization of any U.S. auto company recently […]

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    Pharmacare advocates hope Ontario plan will push Trudeau to act

    Story Source Over to you, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. That’s essentially what Ontario’s premier, health minister and advocates of universal drug coverage are saying in the wake of the province’s surprise announcement that it will cover the costs of prescriptions for youth 24 and under starting next year. They are hoping the provincial move will galvanize Ottawa […]

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    Trump claims he will 'probably pay more' under new tax plan

    Story Source President Trump on Friday pushed back on criticism that his tax plan will help the wealthy, claiming that he will personally pay more in taxes under the new system, despite not having released details on his taxes. “If I am individually paying 35 percent, I will tell you that’s more. OK? I’m gonna […]

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    Half of those arrested in immigration raids had traffic offenses or no record: report

    Story Source About half of the immigrants arrested in early government raids under the Trump administration had either no criminal convictions or had committed minor traffic offenses, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) data obtained by The Washington Post. According to the Post, out of 675 immigrants arrested by ICE in early February, in the […]

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    Glyphosate labels to change, Health Canada announces

    Story Source Glyphosate is the most widely used herbicide in Canada. (Charles Platiau/Reuters) Health Canada says the potential risk to human health and the environment from pesticides containing glyphosate are acceptable, if used as directed in updated labels. The regulator published its re-evaluation on glyphosate, an herbicide sold under brand names such as Roundup and Vision, on […]

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    Trump: 'I couldn't care less about golf'

    Story Source President Trump on Friday defended his frequent weekend trips to his luxury properties, saying he does not care about golfing as much as people might think he does. “I have a lot of property. So if I go to my clubs like in New Jersey, they’ll say, ‘Oh he is going to play […]

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    Trump signs one-week funding bill to avoid shutdown

    Story Source President Trump has signed a stopgap spending bill to avert a government shutdown, the White House announced Friday evening. The measure funds the government through May 5, giving lawmakers more time to reach an agreement on an omnibus spending bill that would carry through the rest of the fiscal year ending Sept. 30.  […]

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