Our weekly curated must-reads
Twenty years after the first text message was sent we may be at the start of its long slide to irrelevance.
John Raidt, NCF Scholar, describes the eight factors of American competitiveness.
3 views of online education, the shrinking city, and technological change (as told by horses)
NCF curates a weekly list of blog posts that touch on emerging issues affecting the American business community.
The National Chamber Foundation (NCF) has long been home for great programming and insight on the future of business and thanks to our new website, more of that programming and insight will be at your fingertips.
Some 20 years ago, Canada faced economic challenges whose impact rivaled those America faces today.
Aviation is the essential ingredient in domestic and international travel, tourism, and trade, and the infrastructure that supports the aviation industry has a big economic impact.
Entrepreneurs around the United States have long figured out that the only safe way to predict the future is to create it. In recent years this has become a motivational poster and not a valid driver or metric for businesses.