Daniel Indiviglio

Atlantic magazine

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Associate Editor of the Atlantic magazine, where he writes about finance and fiscal policy

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In February, the economy added 194,000 new jobs, and  216,000 in March .  That's good news.

The Paradox of the Dropping Unemployment Rate

In February, the economy added 194,000 new jobs, and 216,000 in March .  That's good news.

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Republicans are preparing for next year's elections by denouncing President Obama as a big spender and demanding cuts in everything but the Pentagon.

Are Americans Confused About What They Care About?

Republicans are preparing for next year's elections by denouncing President Obama as a big spender and demanding cuts in everything but the Pentagon.

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Jeffrey Immelt , the CEO of General Electric will succeed Paul Volcker as President Obama's principal economic advisor.

Obama Creates New Jobs Panel, Taps GE CEO as Chair

Jeffrey Immelt , the CEO of General Electric will succeed Paul Volcker as President Obama's principal economic advisor.

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