Yuval Rosenberg

Yuval Rosenberg

Yuval Rosenberg oversees all aspects of The Fiscal Times' website and email newsletter, from editorial to audience and business development. Before being named editor in chief, he served as executive editor and business editor. Yuval has also worked at Newsweek, Fortune, Fast Company and WNYC. His writing has appeared in publications including BusinessWeek, CNBC.com, CNNMoney.com, Fast Company, Fortune, Newsweek, Money and Time.

Recent Stories By Yuval Rosenberg:

  • Another Reminder About the Risks of the Tax CutJanuary 23, 2018

    By enacting tax cuts that will add to the national debt, “Washington could be trading more growth now for the risk of more pain down the road,” The Wall Street Journal’s Nick Timiraos warns. Timiraos...

  • After the Shutdown: New Deadline, Same ProblemsJanuary 23, 2018

    The short-lived government shutdown may be over, but the long-running battles that led to it are far from resolved. Congress now has until February 8 to negotiate a deal on the budget and immigration...

  • So What Was the Point of the Government Shutdown?January 22, 2018

    After a three-day standoff, Senate Democrats relented Monday in their shutdown fight with Republicans and agreed to reopen the government in exchange for … well, something … maybe. Democrats agreed...

  • The Government Has Officially Shut Down. Now What?January 20, 2018

    Much of the federal government officially shut down just after midnight Saturday as the Senate failed to pass a short-term spending bill, allowing government funding to lapse for the first time since...

  • Six Sharp Takes on a Government ShutdownJanuary 20, 2018

    As discussions to avoid a government shutdown go down to the wire and the blame game heats up, here are six interesting takes on what it all means:  It’s a Trap! Democrats Should Learn the GOP’s...

  • The IRS Faces a Big Challenge. A Shutdown Would Make It WorseJanuary 19, 2018

    The Internal Revenue Service, facing the massive challenge of quickly implementing the tax cuts passed by Congress last month, would see more than half of its workers sent home under a government...

  • Who Bears the Blame for a Government Shutdown?January 19, 2018

    What Republicans Say: House Republicans did their job and passed a four-week spending bill. Democrats are opposing it even though they support what’s in it, including funding for the military and a...

  • Odds of a Shutdown Growing by the HourJanuary 18, 2018

    The countdown to a possible shutdown is now being measured in hours, not days, with cable news networks carrying ticking clocks on their screens — and the likelihood of a shutdown seems to be growing...

  • Why Democrats Should Worry About the Politics of a ShutdownJanuary 18, 2018

    Senate Democrats may be willing to gamble that the public will blame Republicans for a government shutdown. After all, the GOP controls the White House and both chambers of Congress. But beyond the...

  • What a Government Shutdown Could CostJanuary 18, 2018

    If the government does shut down on Saturday, Goldman Sachs says the economic costs would likely be minimal: “A government shutdown has a much more modest impact than the term might suggest,” Goldman...

  • Why the Obamacare Cadillac Tax Might Be Out of GasJanuary 18, 2018

    The House Republican bill to avert a government shutdown and fund federal spending for four more weeks also calls for delaying implementation of three Obamacare taxes: A 2.3 percent tax on medical...

  • Republicans Have a Plan to Prevent a Government Shutdown. Can They Pass It?January 17, 2018

    With the clock ticking to avoid a government shutdown on Saturday, House Republicans are pushing a stopgap measure that would keep the lights on for four more weeks and buy time for contentious...

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