Economists see few post-Rubin changes
- Reckless Rubin. // National Review;12/11/1995, Vol. 47 Issue 23, p18
The article criticizes the political behavior and leadership capabilities of U.S. Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin. It asserts that instead of doing his duty to uphold the full faith and credit of the U.S. government, he has devoted himself to doing the opposite. It explains that Rubin is just...
- Rubin, it's you. // American Spectator;Feb96, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p13
Explains that due to the arrogance of United States Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin, House Republicans are planning an impeachment petition to remove him from the cabinet. Details.
- The Great Ones. // Conde Nast Portfolio;Jun2008, Vol. 2 Issue 6, p50
The article presents information about achievements of several Treasury secretaries in the U.S. Alexander Hamilton, who served from 1789 to 1795, centralized the economic decision making. Albert Gallatin, the longest-serving secretary, lowered the national debt. Robert Rubin helped forge trade...
- Industry cheers choice of Rubin for Treasury. Garsson, Robert M. // American Banker;12/7/1994, Vol. 159 Issue 234, p3
Reports on the United States bank industry's praise for President Bill Clinton's appointment of Robert Rubin as secretary of the Department of the Treasury. Comments of several banking officials on Rubin's banking principles; Lloyd Bentsen as former department secretary.
- Treasury chief designate, though Bentsen's opposite, not seen changing course. Garrson, Robert M. // American Banker;12/9/1994, Vol. 159 Issue 236, p3
Predicts the policy courses Robert R. Rubin may adopt as Treasury Department secretary. Successor to outgoing secretary Lloyd Bentsen; Contrast between the two; Support consistently shown for banking issues by the National Economic Council under Robert E. Rubin; Thrift bailout of 1989.
- Remarks on the Unveiling of a Portrait of Former Secretary of the Treasury Robert E. Rubin. Clinton, William J. // Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;7/3/2000, Vol. 36 Issue 26, p1507
Presents the text of the remarks given by United States President Bill Clinton on June 27, 2000 which deals with former secretary of the Treasury Robert E. Rubin.
- Treasury after Rubin. // International Economy;Jul/Aug98, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p4
Provides information on the rumors surrounding the pending departure of United States Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin, from his position previously held. Speculation surrounding whether Rubin would recommend his deputy, Lawrence Summers for the job; Names of other individuals who showed...
- REVIEWING THE RUBIN GENIUS THEORY. // International Economy;Summer2003, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p4
Highlights a conversation among executives in the financial institutions concerning the ability of former U.S. Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin in New York City. Initiative of Rubin to rally the bond market; Intelligence level of Rubin; Speculations on the ability of the replacement of Rubin.
- A cool customer--but is he tough enough? Thomas, Evan; Tomas, Rich // Bulletin with Newsweek;3/21/95, Vol. 116 Issue 5962, p52
Profiles Robert Rubin, secretary of the US Department of the Treasury. Rubin's management style as Goldman Sach's chief executive officer (CEO); Problems faced by Rubin concerning investor confidence in world trade and the US' lead role in guaranteeing stability; Rubin's role in planning of the...