The recent elections in Europe have many policymakers and pundits proclaiming “an end to austerity.” Here is Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson:
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation is dedicated to promoting initiatives that grow our nation's economy.
Read the Foundation's report, The Growth Imperative, for more information about the importance of faster economic growth.
The discussion over immigration is about to get a lot more interesting – and, possibly, fruitful.
It’s said the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence, but what about the other side of the Atlantic?
Nick Akins grew up wanting to be a drummer in a rock-and-roll band.
The Honorable Barbara Hackman Franklin is the central figure in a book entitled, “A Matter of Simple Justice: The Untold Story of Barbara Hackman Franklin and A Few Good Women” by Lee Stout. The book sheds light on the Nixon Administration’s work to expand the role of women and the enduring impact in the American workplace.
When Jason Lee set off for a new country in search of success, his father was far from supportive. He saw Jason making a decision that was an affront to his upbringing. Hadn't he prepared Jason for all the work that was to be done closer to home? That was then, some handful of years ago.
If you’re looking for some good news in the U.S. economy, you might want to head to the warm, energy rich Gulf Coast.
Over this past week, markets across the world were caught in turmoil. One major source of this upheaval was found, once again, in Europe. More specifically, Spain.
In this series, we are looking at how tough economic times have led the United States and Europe down two different paths – one focused on budget cuts, the other on investment and enterprise.