The summer Olympics in Tokyo start this Friday, July 23 with a live, televised opening ceremony. As NBC said, this event “will be the first major global gathering since the worldwide pandemic began last year.”
What do financial technology startups, audiologists and anesthesiologists have in common? They are all intensely interested in the “Executive Order on Promoting Competition in the American Economy” that President Joe Biden issued last Friday, July 9.
This week, the Problem Solvers Caucus — a bipartisan group of 58 U.S. House lawmakers — came out in support of the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill negotiated by the White House and moderate GOP and Democratic members of the U.S. Senate. The announcement is a serious boost for the plan, which House and Senate leaders hope will be the basis of legislation to be brought to the floors of both chambers of Congress in the next few months.
“I have made it very clear ... we’re going to make this work in a bipartisan way.” That was Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) back in February when Congress was trying to pass President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 relief legislation.
The Nasdaq and S&P hit record highs this week. Household wealth is soaring, and has doubled in just the last 10 years. On paper, American families and businesses should be feeling good about the economy, but they aren’t.
Joel Bruckenstein and Bob Veres: From WealthTech’s effect on Advice to Survival of the “Most Authentic”
In this episode, The industry legends share top insights and learnings from their recently released Technology Survey and how they impact industry trends overall, provide guidance to advisors of all sizes and more.
In a town known for keeping important business until the last minute, the fiscal year (FY) 2022 budget process has been especially slow. Normally, the White House releases the president’s budget outline in early February of each year.