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September 26, 2011

SupplyChainBrain: Why the U.S. Credit Downgrade Is a Supply-Chain Problem

September 26, 2011

For a major manufacturer in this shaky economy, it becomes critical to assess which suppliers are healthy and which are in danger of crashing. And so we come to the hottest topic in supply chain today: risk management. "We would encourage all companies large and small to be as on top of their suppliers MORE

September 19, 2011

SupplyChainBrain: The U.S. Credit Downgrade: Will Infrastructure Pay the Price?

September 19, 2011

The full implications of S&P's downgrade of the United States may not be felt for years. Much depends on the actions of Congress and the White House over the next two years. But it’s safe to say that the outlook for transportation isn’t very rosy. MORE

August 17, 2011

Mortage News Daily: Big Banks Shedding Assets; Will Small Banks Keep Originating Mortgages? How Borrowers Opt Out of Trigger Lead Lists

August 17, 2011

For newer rating agencies, a 2006 law required firms to have three years' experience with a particular product before applying for NRSRO status. MORE

July 23, 2011

The Wall Street Journal: Credit Ratings Retreat

July 23, 2011

Regulators shrink from reforming the ratings cartel. MORE

July 8, 2011

Fox Business: Could Ratings Firms Become Irrelevant?

July 8, 2011

Europe wants to do what the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill so far has not - curb the influence of the big three credit rating firms. CEO of Rapid Ratings International, James H. Gellert, provides commentary on the issue in the article below. MORE

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