Today, banks that were once “too big to fail” have only grown bigger, with JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and Goldman Sachs holding assets equal to over 50% of the U.S. economy. Were size and complexity at the root of the financial crisis, or do calls to break up the big banks ignore real benefits that only economies of scale can pass on to customers and investors? Hear my remarks on both sides of the debate.READ REMARKS....
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Promoting Intellectual and Cultural Lifeby robertrosenkranz on January 11, 2015
Robert Rosenkranz Promotes Intellectual and Cultural Life
A Video by The Bridgepan Group: “Growing up in a financially insecure household gave Robert Rosenkranz ‘a feeling of needing to rely on myself from an early age.'”
On Philanthropy: On the cutting edgeby robertrosenkranz on January 11, 2015
Robert Rosenkranz on philanthropy: On the cutting edgeREAD REMARKS....
Announcing the 100th Intelligence Squared U.S. Debateby robertrosenkranz on January 11, 2015
I’m pleased to share that Intelligence Squared US will celebrate its 100th debate on Wednesday, February 11 at Kaufman Music Center. The motion is appropriate to the occasion as well: Declinists Be Damned: Bet On America.
Intelligence Squared US Debate: Amazon Is The Reader’s Friendby robertrosenkranz on January 11, 2015
Intelligence Squared US Debate: Amazon Is The Reader’s Friend
Thursday, January 15 at 5:45pm