Our Columnists Assess Obama's Presidency
President Obama said farewell to the nation on Tuesday night. Nineteen columnists for Bloomberg View marked the highlights and lowlights of his eight years.
Advice, Consent, Etc.
The next president's nominees are parading through a confirmation process this week that Jonathan Bernstein assures us is not as pointless as it looks. (Advice matters, right? So says Tim Weiner, chronicling a history of unpopular input from the CIA.)
High Inflation and Low Rates
It's a recipe for pain for Germany's many savers. And, Leonid Bershidsky points out, that spells trouble for Chancellor Angela Merkel.
The Long Arm of U.S. Law
When you're in Asia look behind you, because that's where the marshal's gonna be. Noah Feldman sees a new application of the Commerce Clause as ... ambitious.
- Another Great Year to Avoid Hedge Funds (Financial Times)
- The iPhone Turns 10 (the Verge)
- Equities Stumble for Bond Giant PIMCO (Institutional Investor)
(Read Barry Ritholtz’s full news roundup.)
- The company behind Snapchat is actually not avoiding taxes
- Berkshire Hathaway has enough cash to pay a dividend
- Why shareholders don't especially love Samsung
(Read more from BV’s sister site for fast business commentary.)
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