Jami Wintz McKeon was elected chairwoman of Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP, the first woman to hold the position at the firm.
Tens of thousands of Americans who sent e-mails from 2008 to 2011 had some of them scooped up by an unintended recipient: the National Security Agency.
There’s no shortage of theories about health-care policy. Amy Finkelstein wants facts.
Raj Chetty, a Harvard University professor whose work on education was cited by President Barack Obama in last year’s State of the Union address, won the John Bates Clark young economist award.
Raj Chetty, a Harvard University professor whose work on education has been cited by President Barack Obama, won the John Bates Clark young economist award.
A lot of public discussion takes place before the president nominates a new Federal Reserve Board chairman. This time, that discussion has gotten unusually heated.
Egypt’s success in selling two-year debt for the first time since February’s popular revolt may encourage foreign investors to buy shorter-term securities ahead of parliamentary elections in the fourth quarter.
South Carolina became the fourth state to be blocked from requiring voters to show photo identification before casting a ballot in the Nov. 6 election.
The Democrats and Republicans in Congress failed to reach a budget deal before the end of the fiscal year, triggering the first partial U.S. government shutdown in 17 years.
"The tragic incident in Abuja underlines the tension, but our underlying investment thesis remains broadly the same and is based on the fundamental creditworthiness of the country."
- John Bates on May 06, 2014
Chetty Applauds Move to Data-Based Economics