Yuval Rosenberg

Yuval Rosenberg

Yuval Rosenberg oversees all aspects of The Fiscal Times' website and email newsletter, from editorial to audience and business development. Before being named editor in chief, he served as executive editor and business editor. Yuval has also worked at Newsweek, Fortune, Fast Company and WNYC. His writing has appeared in publications including BusinessWeek, CNBC.com, CNNMoney.com, Fast Company, Fortune, Newsweek, Money and Time.

Recent Stories By Yuval Rosenberg:

  • Democrats Won on Health Care. What Do They Do Now?November 12, 2018

    Democrats rode a health care message to their Election Day takeover of the House. Now that the election is (mostly) over, how will they follow through on that campaign focus? The party is still...

  • The $65 Billion Superbug Threat to the USNovember 9, 2018

    Antibiotic-resistant superbugs are a deadly and expensive health threat — one that could largely be addressed for just a couple of dollars per person a year, according to an OECD report released this...

  • 3 Areas Where Trump and Democrats Can Maybe, Possibly Work TogetherNovember 7, 2018

    Will divided government lead to anything beyond more legislative gridlock? President Trump and Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, the presumptive next speaker of the House, have both spoken...

  • 3 Election Takeaways on Health CareNovember 7, 2018

    Midterm voters made it clear that health care issues mattered to them, even if it proved less than decisive in the outcome of some major races. A plurality of voters, 41 percent, told exit pollsters...

  • A Life-Saving Drug Could Come with a $4 Million Price TagNovember 7, 2018

    Swiss drugmaker Novartis hinted Monday that it is considering charging an eye-popping price as high as $4 million to $5 million for a life-saving new gene therapy to cure rare cases of a disease...

  • Chart of the Day: Who Voters Trust with MedicareNovember 5, 2018

    Older Americans come out to vote — and they trust Democrats more than Republicans on health care, writes Drew Altman of the Kaiser Family Foundation at Axios. Advantage Democrats, right? Maybe, but...

  • How Congress Got So BrokenNovember 5, 2018

    The founders of the United States envisioned Congress as a co-equal branch of government, but that model of government “is effectively dead,” a new analysis by The Washington Post and ProPublica...

  • 3 Big Health Care Issues That Could Be Affected by the ElectionNovember 2, 2018

    Voters have made it clear that health care is the most important issue for them this election, and maintaining protections for insurance shoppers with pre-existing conditions has emerged as a key...

  • As Deficit Soars, Trump Advisers Focus on Discretionary Spending CutsNovember 1, 2018

    National Security Adviser John Bolton, speaking Wednesday at an event hosted by the Alexander Hamilton Society in Washington, warned that the national debt is a societal threat with security...

  • Trump Acknowledges the Obvious: New Tax Cuts Won’t Happen This YearNovember 1, 2018

    President Trump is holding 11 rallies in eight states over the final week before Election Day, ramping up a schedule that has already seen him shake up plenty of campaign closing strategies with...

  • The Government Isn’t Giving Americans What They WantOctober 31, 2018

    With less than a week to go before the midterms, both Democrats and Republicans are campaigning hard on the message that the stakes on Election Day couldn’t be higher. That may be true, but it doesn’...

  • Poll of the Day: Who's Responsible for the Health Care SystemOctober 30, 2018

    A recent Morning Consult/Politico poll found that 56 percent of voters say that President Obama is most responsible for the current state of the health care system and the Affordable Care Act, up...

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