Sarah Bloom Raskin, former Fed governor and deputy treasury secretary, joined CNBC’s “Squawk Box” to discuss the Trump administration’s move to declare China a currency manipulator. “China knows exactly what it’s doing here,” said Raskin. “It’s telling us that it knows that this tool that is has … it can use this both as a tool […]
CNBC sits down to interview Sarah Bloom Raskin, Rubenstein Fellow at Duke, about the role of the Federal Reserve.
CNBC | August 6, 2019
By Jill Cornfield
“First, we have to look at how Fed policy affects households and small businesses,” said CNBC contributor Sarah Bloom Raskin, a Duke University professor and former deputy Treasury secretary and Federal Reserve governor. […]
Associated Press | August 1, 2019
By Josh Boak
WASHINGTON (AP) — After the Federal Reserve cut interest rates Wednesday for the first time in a decade, Chairman Jerome Powell made a striking acknowledgement:
In the Trump era, the Fed faces a steep learning curve.
The Fed is supposed to set interest rates based on gauges of inflation and employment. But […]
MedTech Dive | June 17, 2019
By Susan Kelly
Medical device cybersecurity remains top of mind at FDA as healthcare organizations continue to face threats. A report out last month, for example, said the WannaCry malware that disrupted service at about 40 U.K. hospitals two years ago remains a threat and continues to attack healthcare companies.
One strategy for preventing […]
The Hill | June 23, 2019
Opinion by Robert Bonnie and Jad Daley
With the impacts of a warming planet becoming more apparent every day, climate change is taking center stage in the race for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination. Most of the candidates have articulated commitments or released plans to dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions through legislation, […]
POLITICO| June 23, 2019
By Helena Bottemiller Evich
The Trump administration has refused to publicize dozens of government-funded studies that carry warnings about the effects of climate change, defying a longstanding practice of touting such findings by the Agriculture Department’s acclaimed in-house scientists.
The studies range from a groundbreaking discovery that rice loses vitamins in a carbon-rich environment — […]
JAMA | June 14, 2019
By Eric Perakslis and Robert Califf
Although the sharing of misleading information is likely as old as humanity, an unfortunate concomitant of the current digital environment is the amplification and accelerated spread of medical misinformation. Growing distrust of medical professionals is causing some people to eschew drugs that have been proven effective, […]
CSRwire| June 11, 2019
CEF presented the 2019 C.K. Prahalad Award in two categories: leadership by a collaboration to TerraCycle’s Loop Shopping Platform; and leadership by an individual executive to former Duke Energy CEO, Jim Rogers. The awards were announced at the 2019 CEF Annual Leadership Retreat, attended by senior executives representing CEF member companies with […]
STAT| June 5, 2019
By Jen Goldsack, Beau Woods, and Eric Perakslis
From smart pacemakers to diagnostic algorithms and digital therapeutics, medicine is becoming more digitized every year. Digital medicine tools offer the possibility of improved health outcomes, lower costs, and better access to care. But the evidence base for the safety and effectiveness of these new products […]
Sarah Bloom Raskin, former Fed governor and deputy treasury secretary, joined CNBC’s “Squawk Box” to discuss Chairman Powell’s latest remarks. “I think Chairman Powell has given a message to markets that’s indicating that a rate cut is coming. This is, in essence, a very strong signal that the FOMC is actually ready to talk about cutting […]