Saying `No Thanks’ to 87,500 High-Skill Workers

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May 8 (Bloomberg) -- On today's "Morning Must Read," Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu recaps the op-ed pieces and analyst notes providing insight behind today's headlines on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Wall street journal" today.

Immigration lawyers talking about the high skilled workers.

"microsoft has waited for congress -- has not waited to die for congress to authorize more visas.

It set up the canadian company to employ foreign software engineers it would have brought to the u.s., and canada will now benefit from those." i see is most pronounced in terms of start ups, but the reality is it affect both.

It is a personal issue as well.

My father is an immigrant, came here in 1974 from moscow, and i would not be sitting in this chair if he did not have the opportunity to come here.

He came with one thing, his education.

He put it to good use in this country that he loves.

America was founded on the idea of immigration, and many of us sitting here today would not be where we are if not for that.

I think immigration actually is one of the most important growth engines in this country.

Some of the great businesses that have been started in this country were started by immigrants, debt -- and to the extent we do not do more to foster talent coming into the united states, we will lose our competitive advantage.

40% of companies on the s&p 500 were founded by an immigrant or a child of an immigrant.

Let's do a data check on thursday.

A quiet market.

I want to get through this quickly and move onto a busy hour.

Nymex, 1.3943. what will happen if u.s. prosecutors go for a guilty plea on credit suisse?

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