Jewish Journal

The high cost of how women relate to money

by Pierce Courchaine

February 16, 2012 | 11:46 am

Kate Levinson. Photo by Aya Brackett

There are a number of topics society has told us we aren’t supposed to discuss in mixed company. Religion, for example, has long been a forbidden subject between people of different... read full article

  • Insights for investors from one who knows firsthand

    by Pierce Courchaine

    January 18, 2012 | 5:06 pm

    Rebecca Rothstein, a managing director at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney in Beverly Hills, focuses on helping high net worth and ultra-high net worth investors with estate, tax and financial planning. But she hasn’t always been a Barron’s top 100 financial advisor. A high-school...

  • Putting the ‘Pop’ back into soda pop

    by Abigail Klein Leichman, Israel21C

    March 23, 2011 | 12:01 pm

    At the dawn of the 20th century, the British royals were privy to a spiffy new system for infusing drinking water with carbon dioxide bubbles. It would take 53 years for SodaStream to reach commoners, and another 42 until it was acquired by an Israeli distributor and transformed into...

  • A thicker wallet for the new year

    by Olivia Gingerich

    November 19, 2010 | 4:23 pm

    Neal Frankle has worked as a certified financial planner for 25 years. A father of three daughters, Frankle and his wife regularly attend Chabad of Oak Park. He earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting from San Diego State University, and is founder and president of Wealth...

  • Fischer on the money as top bank chief


    October 11, 2010 | 4:44 pm

    Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer was named the central bank governor of the year.

    Fischer received the award from Euromoney magazine, which has been honoring the world’s best bank governors and finance ministers for more than 30 years, at a World Bank and International...

  • Is Arnold Serious?

    By Raphael Sonenshein

    January 13, 2010 | 5:06 am

    Following Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s final State of the State speech and as his last budget proposal circulates, it is time to assess the long and winding road we have taken with our celebrity governor.

    Everybody knows that California is a mess. The budget is an ongoing...

  • New Shoah pension deal gives survivors ‘recognition of suffering’

    By Toby Axelrod

    September 8, 2007 | 8:00 pm

    For Aviva G., the significance of last week's announcement that more Holocaust survivors like her will be eligible for pension payments from the German government was not about the money. It was about principle and the notion that a certain degree of justice may now be done.


  • A Primer on Giving: What to ask before you start

    By Amy Klein

    July 26, 2007 | 8:00 pm

    The Torah commands you to give a minimum of 10 percent of your earnings (ma'aser) to charity, and 20 percent if you are generous. That's easier said than done, according to philanthropists, Jewish communal leaders, and charity evaluators.

    Where should you donate your money? How? How...

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