August 2018

Authored by Grace Gottschling via Campus Reform, A University of Georgia professor issued an apology to those he had “offended” when he congratulated an old friend on becoming the state’s Republican candidate for governor. Charles Davis, dean of the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at UGA, sent the…

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Hours after Bloomberg reported that Beijing and Washington are working towards a resumption of trade talks, the Wall Street Journal reports that the two countries have “yet to make meaningful progress” moving forward from an impasse, as the next wave of US tariffs are set to hit as soon as Wednesday.  Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin…

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When we wrote our preview of AAPL earnings, we said they could be a trade-off between iPhone sales on one hand, and the company service revenues as well as broader revenue picture, and sure enough that’s precisely what happened. In the third fiscal quarter, Apple sold 41.3MM iPhones, up from…

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Authored by Michael Lebowitz via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, Many market prognosticators attribute the rise in interest rates to a consensus outlook for expanded economic growth and increasing inflationary pressures. In our article, Deficits Do Matter, we took this view to task by providing market-based evidence to show that those factors only account for…

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