"Bankers know Yellen and seem to have a good working relationship with her, so there is probably some relief among management teams that candidates who are openly hostile to the industry (Warren) were passed over," Brian Gardner, Stifel's chief Washington policy analyst, wrote in a note to clients this week. Biden "is leaning towards establishment types and mostly avoiding progressives who might spook financial markets." … [Read more...] about The time Janet Yellen threw the book at Wells Fargo
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Tyson retired from boxing in 2005, saying he longer had “the fighting guts or the heart” after he quit in a dismal loss to journeyman Peter McBride. Finally free of his sport’s relentless pressure, Tyson gradually straightened out his life, kicking a self-described drug addiction and eventually succeeding in acting, stage performance, charity work and even marijuana cultivation while settling into comfortable family life in Las Vegas with his third wife and their children. … [Read more...] about Mike Tyson returns to ring, draws in exhibition with Roy Jones Jr.
That’s the analysis floated by Gene Balk at the Seattle Times, who notes that “priced-out California liberals” have moved to Arizona in large numbers, and migration from Washington State — another liberal stronghold — was second-highest. … [Read more...] about Report: Blue-state Migration Could Have Flipped Arizona