Tag: FEP Commentary

Larry Fink BlackRock

With Davos 2023 Wrapped, How To Cease Being a Comic Book Villain

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I was told recently by someone in a position to know that Larry Fink has been hurt by my having referred to him in these pages as a comic-book villain. My first reaction, this insight arising in a discussion with ...
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Chase Bank

Is JPMorgan Chase’s CEO Clueless or Complicit?

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Jamie Dimon talks a good game about running JPMorgan Chase by rewarding merit to achieve profit, rather than by woke ideology. But his chief lieutenants aren't listening. Instead, they're changing the rules, lying and stonewalling in order to debank conservatives ...
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JPMorgan

Is Jamie Dimon Aware of the Partisan Double Standard Inside His Bank?

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Vis Raghavan, co-head of global investment banking at JPMorgan Chase, reported recently that most of the company’s employees had returned to working in the office. Maybe it’s time for CEO Jamie Dimon to spend a little more time there as well, as ...
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BlackRock Made An Oopsie

BlackRock Made An Oopsie

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In a RealClearMarkets commentary, Free Enterprise Project Director Scott Shepard reviews the annual Global Outlook of investment giant BlackRock, and marvels at what he finds: In its 2023 Global Outlook, BlackRock rued the close of what it called the Great Moderation, ...
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BlackRock

BlackRock Accidentally Admits Role In Reversal of Economic Good Times

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In its 2023 Global Outlook, BlackRock rued the close of what it called the Great Moderation, the 40-odd years since the policies of Reagan and Thatcher brought forth from the malaise of inflation and stagnation a great flourishing of human creativity ...
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BlackRock

Withdrawing Money From BlackRock Is Only a First Step

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Many states and some other sensible investors have begun to pull their money out of BlackRock, tired of having the power of their assets commandeered by Larry Fink to advance his personal policy preferences. But withdrawal is only a first ...
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BlackRock

Red States Have Begun Pulling Money from BlackRock. Now What?

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This commentary by Free Enterprise Project Director Scott Shepard was originally published at RealClearMarkets. An ever-growing series of red states have pulled some or all of their assets from BlackRock’s management in light of that company’s oft-repeated commitment to ignore ...
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Disney shareholders

Cosmetic Changes at Disney and Vanguard Don’t Necessarily Signal ESG Retreat

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The fight against ESG will be long and hard – and anyway is just the opening campaign in a much, much longer fight against the leftists’ takeover the of the social, cultural, educational and governmental power centers of western life. The proponents ...
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Klaus Schwab WEF Agenda

Formerly In the Soviet Union, the Locus of Evil Resides In Davos

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Good heavens, it’s been an ugly, stupid few weeks for American corporate executives and the companies they lead, hasn’t it? Even uglier and stupider than the usual new depths they’ve reached since the “mostly peaceful” summer of 2020 – which ...
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Diversity DEI discrimination

Corporations Undermine Their Anti-Discrimination With Support of Discrimination

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More than 60 corporations signed on to an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court case heard shortly before the midterm elections that will determine whether diversity-excused race discrimination may continue in American higher education. In making their case, these corporations demonstrated the corruption ...
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