William K Black is an Associate Professor of Law and Economics, and a former bank regulator. In a post on the New Economic Perspectives blog, he discusses the latest HSBC scandal, and the unwillingness of today’s regulators to do their job: 106 more words
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Is the Tim Hortons takeover primarily a designed to fail, pump-and-dump, engineered financial product?
Canada has a well-earned, international reputation for franchise investors.
Mom-and-pop Tim Hortons franchisee investments:
- $1.8-Billion of current CDN franchisee cash flow is removed from +1,000 Canadian family’s life savings, and… 59 more words
…not if some intrepid defenders of their belief in western democracy have their say?…
The late Leonard Bernstein in his performance on that New Year’s Day would include the pomp and circumstance of an overly optimistic ‘Ode to Freedom’ in that Beethoven 8th Symphony. 550 more words
…no more lucid corroboration of widespread suspicions…
As we know, Professor Black, economist and lawyer, at that time knew what to do, how to do it. 428 more words