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  • * Newsflash: Walker has already lost the war: Must read from Forbes's Rick Ungar on how Walker has already lost the broader war, even if he realizes his short-term collective bargaining objective, by reawakening blue collar voters' attachment to unions in rust belt states and undermining the GOP's broader objective of getting them to defect from Dems.

    The Morning Plum

  • Texas cities dominated Forbes's list, with Houston and Dallas capturing the to two spots in the list.

    Forbes Calls Denver A Better Shopping City Than New York, San Francisco

  • Forbes's list is a blend of celebrities, politicians and captain-essess of industry headed by first lady Michelle Obama.

    Oprah, Lady Gaga, Ellen DeGeneres make Forbes 'most powerful women' list

  • Interestingly, Buffett's comments -- he says that he'd work for seashells, and that the policy and cultural context mattered as much or more than his individual talents -- seem like a serious problem for Steve Forbes's ideology, but Forbes, who's conducting the interview, doesn't seem to notice.

    It's a hard-knock life

  • And with today's publication of Forbes's annual ranking of the world's billionaires, the business community gets its equivalent to those other much-pored-over lists.

    Forbes releases its annual ranking of world's billionaires

  • Forbes's film, to be screened days before Assange's last-throw legal bid to avoid extradition to Sweden, reflects diverse views on the man who leaked the secrets.

    Hugh Muir's diary

  • Regarding Steve Forbes's " Reagan's Legacy and the Current Malaise " op-ed, March 22: Ronald Reagan, Arthur Laffer and Steve Forbes are correct about lower tax rates increasing tax revenues, but why is this true?

    Reagan Recovery Was Better, but Didn't Balance Budget

  • Mitt Romney, who has a Google Analytics-like sensitivity to popular conservative policies, suddenly likes the flat tax, notes the Times: As several leading Republican presidential candidates embrace a flat tax as a core campaign position, one contender stands out in not doing so: Mitt Romney, who has a long record of criticizing such plans and famously derided Steve Forbes's 1996 proposal as a 'tax cut for fat cats.'

    HUFFPOST HILL - Perry Campaign Entangled In Racially Inoffensive Real Estate Issue

  • Mr. Drapkin, who used to be a partner at prominent New York law firm Skadden, Arps, Meagher & Flom, served as MacAndrews & Forbes's vice chairman for 20 years after joining in 1987.

    Perelman's Firm and Longtime Associate Spar in Court

  • "Romney's last few stumbles have given his opponents real fodder to use against him," said Bill Dal Col, who managed billionaire publisher Steve Forbes's two presidential campaigns.

    Romney's Wealth Proves Rich Vein for Rivals


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