Peter G. Peterson, who died on Tuesday at the age of 91, was a Wall Street titan who devoted his life to public service.
The Concord Coalition mourns the loss of its founding President Peter G. Peterson, who died today at the age of 91. Executive Director Robert L. Bixby issued the following statement:
Peter G. Peterson, a self-made billionaire financier who was briefly commerce secretary under President Richard M.
Pete Peterson, the financier who funded several groups that advocated for lowering the federal debt, died Tuesday. . . .
Peter G. Peterson, the self-made billionaire businessman and former Secretary of Commerce under President Richard M.
In his first appearances on Capitol Hill as the new Federal Reserve chairman, Jerome Powell strongly urged lawmakers to start putting the federal government on a better fiscal path.
During the fourth broadcast of “Facing the Future,” we aired portions of The Concord Coalition’s recent event in Wash
The Concord Coalition will present a panel discussion next Friday at the National Press Club in Washington entitled “Fiscal Freefall: When Will It Stop?”
The noon program will feature Ohio Gov. John R. Kasich, a Republican who served as chairman of the House Budget Committee during his 18 years in Congress, and will include former U.S. Rep. Tim Penny (D-Minn.), who is a member of Concord’s Board of Directors. Robert L. Bixby, Concord’s executive director, will moderate.
The discussion will focus on recent fiscal policy developments and -- with annual trillion-dollar deficits looming -- the prospects for greater fiscal restraint.