Boston University Law School Professor, Scott R. Bleier, explains what venture capital is and describes the stages of venture capital financing as it applies to a growing or new start-up.
BU Law School Professor David Webber presents his new book, the Rise of the Working-Class; Labor’s Last Best Weapon. It’s multitrillion-dollar pension funds.
Attorney Victor Garro shares his approach to a new way to handle the student loan crisis; he also shares insights on how he defeated the government in his most recent high profile case.
Rene Jarquin, Chief Investment Officer at Single Point Partners discusses monetary policy and the current states of the interest rates and the impact to the consumer.
Today we learned about Banking Regulation, Bank Mergers, Too Big to Fail, the recent banking crisis and the steps adopted to address and soften a future banking crisis.
Judge Feeney talks to us about financial literacy and about bankruptcy, federal court procedure that helps consumers and businesses get rid of their debts and repay their creditors.
Karen D. O’Toole, Esq., General Counsel of the Clients’ Security Board and D. Ethan Jeffrey, Esq., Chairman of the Board talk about their invaluable public service. The Board members are authorized under the rules of the Supreme Judicial Court to grant money to a member of the public who has suffered a financial loss only when the financial loss was caused by a defalcation.
Professor Morrissey discusses Bankruptcy, a process that allows consumers and businesses to repay some or all of their debts under the protection of the federal bankruptcy court.
Former FDIC General Counsel, Professor Sara Kelsey discusses the 2008 financial crisis. In this episode we learn about banking structure and insured depository institutions. We learn about the FDIC, its relation to banks and about the agency’s role during the financial crisis .
Congressman Mike Capuano discusses the budget, and his contribution to improve public transportation in Massachusetts. He touches on foreign policy issues including Sudan and South Sudan.
Professor Cornelius Hurley discusses the banking crisis.