Results are in for SAG-AFTRA elections: employers declare victory

The key to power for Hollywood’s unions has always been leadership by the flagship of the industry, the Screen Actors…

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Is Twitter a threat in the financial markets?

I discussed this issue on Nightly Business Report with Julia Boorstin recently. Investors and Twitter | Nightly Business Report.  

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Egypt now has its Pinochet regime – is the Wall Street Journal happy now?

Hundreds Die as Egyptian Forces Attack Islamist Protesters – NYTimes.com.  

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An open letter to the Task Force on the Future of Legal Education of the ABA

To Whom It May Concern: I only learned tonight about tomorrow’s public hearing in San Francisco so have not been…

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SAG-AFTRA on split earnings: never mind?

Without question the “split earnings” problem was a key factor in the large vote for merger of SAG and AFTRA…

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Let’s make sure we fight the right war in Syria

Officially, the Obama Administration is firmly behind Syria’s democratic revolution organized to oust the brutal authoritarian Assad regime.  If that…

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Workers play a big role in these global ‘middle-class’ revolutions

Workers play a big role in these global ‘middle-class’ revolutions | Richard Seymour The Guardian.  

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