In a time in which physician burnout is at high levels, developing mindfulness practices such as yoga can only be beneficial in the doctor's own life as a powerful antidote to some of the daily administrative and payment -- not to mention patient-related -- stress.
Last week, I joined a group of about 60 99 percent CME Group shareholders to attend CME's annual meeting. Our mission? To share personal stories of how corporate welfare has devastated our families and communities.
Given both its immense power and its history, we would be wise to keep an eye on CME Group. There has never been a better time to stand up to this powerful company and demand that it give our money back.
Last night it was announced that the CME along with several other corporations would return the TIF money previously allocated for them. When has one corporation, let alone three, ever given back TIF money in Chicago? NEVER.
The Cramer interview is breathtaking in exposing the administration's total lack of understanding of the distorted formation of the price of oil and gasoline in today's markets and seemingly impervious to its cost to the economy and its destructive impact on jobs.
If anyone thinks that the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has the right stuff to regulate the commodities markets, look no further than its failure to check manipulation in the silver market.