U.S. President Donald Trump's order that all federal agencies provide citizenship data to the Commerce Department could open a new legal front over whether states can redraw their voting maps based on citizenship status.
The U.S. census should include questions about criminal records to help policymakers get former convicts back into the workforce, a Republican lawmaker said on Wednesday.
NEW YORK The Trump administration has repeatedly assured Americans that it will not use data from a proposed citizenship question on the 2020 Census to target undocumented immigrants. But more than a quarter of Americans don't believe it, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.
(The April 17 story corrects the tenth paragraph to show DeVere Kutscher is no longer executive director of the Census Business Coalition)
NEW YORK, April 17 An array of U.S. companies
have told the Trump administration that a citizenship question
on the 2020 Census would harm business if it leads to an
undercount of immigrants, undermining the data they use to place
stores, plan inventory and plot ad campaigns.
NEW YORK High net worth investors are increasingly eager to move piles of cash into higher-yielding assets, but recent volatility in stock and bond markets has made that task more complicated, the chief executive of data startup Addepar told Reuters on Thursday.
NEW YORK, Sept 25 Stacy Bash-Polley, who plays a
key role with clients in Goldman Sachs Group Inc's
trading business, will leave the Wall Street bank at year-end
with plans to stage a "second act" of her career after some time
off, she said in an interview.
NEW YORK Morgan Stanley has promoted Ted Pick to head of its trading and investment banking businesses, the most recent elevation for an executive who has overseen several key initiatives at the Wall Street bank.
Morgan Stanley reported record first-quarter profit on Wednesday thanks to a surge in trading activity, much like other Wall Street banks, but executives warned results through the rest of the year may not be quite as strong. | Video
NEW YORK Goldman Sachs Group Inc is likely to expand its consumer bank through small acquisitions, its finance chief said on Tuesday, without ruling out the idea that it might buy a traditional lender, too.