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Randall Mikkelsen

U.S. to recede from international regulation role, domestic oversight to lag, bankers hear

Oct 27 2017

TORONTO/NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence) - The United States may well pull back from a leadership role in international financial regulation and is unlikely to adapt the domestic regulatory structure to fast-paced industry innovation, a former policymaker in the Obama administration and Congress told bankers.

David Mitchell's 'uber novel' keeps growing after 'Bone Clocks'

Jul 09 2015

His new novel, "Slade House," is due in October and he has sold rights for a small-screen serial of his 2014 book "The Bone Clocks."

David Mitchell's 'uber novel' keeps growing after 'Bone Clocks'

Jul 09 2015

His new novel, "Slade House," is due in October and he has sold rights for a small-screen serial of his 2014 book "The Bone Clocks."

Book Talk-David Mitchell's 'uber novel' keeps growing after 'Bone Clocks'

Jul 09 2015

BOSTON, July 9 Writer David Mitchell is a busy man.

Book Talk: Black music, white culture and a legendary U.S. highway

Oct 30 2014

BOSTON Author Dennis McNally accompanied the Grateful Dead as a publicist and historian on the band's “long strange trip,” and he chronicled Jack Kerouac, the Beat Generation author of “On the Road.”

Book Talk: Black music, white culture and a legendary U.S. highway

Oct 30 2014

BOSTON Author Dennis McNally accompanied the Grateful Dead as a publicist and historian on the band's “long strange trip,” and he chronicled Jack Kerouac, the Beat Generation author of “On the Road.”

Book Talk: Black music, white culture and a legendary U.S. highway

Oct 30 2014

BOSTON Author Dennis McNally accompanied the Grateful Dead as a publicist and historian on the band's “long strange trip,” and he chronicled Jack Kerouac, the Beat Generation author of “On the Road.”

Book Talk: Black music, white culture and a legendary U.S. highway

Oct 30 2014

BOSTON, Oct 30 Author Dennis McNally accompanied the Grateful Dead as a publicist and historian on the band's "long strange trip," and he chronicled Jack Kerouac, the Beat Generation author of "On the Road."

Novelist Dubus now looks homeward after gritty memoir

Oct 16 2014

NEWBURY Mass. Andre Dubus III put his faded hometown of Haverhill, Massachusetts, on the map of modern literature with his gritty memoir, “Townie.”

Book Talk: Novelist Dubus now looks homeward after gritty memoir

Oct 16 2014

NEWBURY Mass. Andre Dubus III put his faded hometown of Haverhill, Massachusetts, on the map of modern literature with his gritty memoir, “Townie.”

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