Eric Schoenberg

Responsible Wealth

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Chairman of the Board of Campusworks, Inc and Adjunct Professor of Behavioral Economics at Columbia Business School; member of Responsible Wealth, a project of United for a Fair Economy; former investment banker

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Multibillion-dollar investor Warren Buffett has  made headlines  by suggesting that he and other rich people pay too little in taxes.

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Multibillion-dollar investor Warren Buffett has made headlines by suggesting that he and other rich people pay too little in taxes.

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In Britain, Greece and elsewhere in Europe, outbreaks of street violence have disrupted the usual tranquility of spring and summer.

The Age of Outrage in Europe and America

In Britain, Greece and elsewhere in Europe, outbreaks of street violence have disrupted the usual tranquility of spring and summer.

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One economics editor says Washington has been running a " fiscal clown show " for the past 10 years by spending more and taxing less.

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One economics editor says Washington has been running a " fiscal clown show " for the past 10 years by spending more and taxing less.

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