11/08/13 12:45 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) — Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew makes a five-nation swing through Asia next week and will reiterate that completion of an ambitious trans-Pacific trade pact by the year's end remains a top U.S. priority. Lew will also visit China to discuss the results of a high-level Communist...
By Martin Crutsinger | 11/06/13 10:34 AM
The government says that it will begin selling Treasury securities next year that have variable interest rates. It's the first new Treasury security in 17 years.
By Bloomberg News | 10/29/13 09:04 PM
The U.S. Treasury’s bailout fund has lost about $9.7 billion on its rescue of General Motors Co. and would need to sell its remaining shares in the automaker for an average of $147.95 to break even, a report to Congress said. The Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief...
By Bloomberg_News | 10/29/13 06:26 PM
Development banks such as the World Bank or the African Development Bank will need to meet more stringent criteria to obtain U.S. support for coal-fired power plants abroad under new guidelines released Tuesday. Only projects in very poor nations that have no economically feasible alternatives...
By Editorial Writer | 10/29/13 07:35 AM
Here’s something to think about: It’s against federal law for any private employer to make a hiring or promotion decision on the basis of either race or gender. But it’s not against the law for the federal government to do so. In fact, the reality of the federal workplace is that political...
By Christopher C. Horner | 10/25/13 12:52 PM
A Washington, D.C., federal court this week ordered briefs to be filed in the Competitive Enterprise Institute’s struggle to obtain Treasury Department “carbon tax” emails. Documents obtained so far suggest these emails will provide a roadmap of President Obama's covert plans to spring...
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