Economists Martin Feldstein and Robert Rubin gave their prognosis of the U.S. and global economic, speaking on a panel October 6 at the World Business Forum 2011. The panel was moderated by Alan S. Murray of the Wall Street Journal. Over 4,000 were in attendance at the program.
The FEI blog was part of the WBF11 Blogger's Hub and we live-tweeted from the program. You can read highlights by going to the FEI blog on twitter, www.twitter.com/feiblog, and scroll down to view our tweets on Feldstein, Rubin and Murray's panel. We will be posting a direct link to an excerpt of our tweets on this panel, watch for updates to this post for that link.
For additional coverage of Feldstein's and Rubin's remarks, and other speakers at the World Business Forum, visit the websites and twitter pages listed at the WBF 2011's Blogger's Hub; the twitter hashtag for the program was #wbf11.
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