Regulation is a double-edged sword. In a free market, standards can play a positive role guarding competition, safety, security and other matters.
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The fate of Europe has a significant impact on how readily some U.S. businesses will be able to secure credit now and in the future.
Europe's economic situation will effect the US, but how?
Success on Twitter, team innovation, and what college is really about are driving the debate this week.
The National Chamber Foundation hosted a half-day program focused on how we can build American competitiveness through manufacturing.
The National Chamber Foundation and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s National Security & Emergency Preparedness Department were proud to host the University of Southern California’s CREATE Distinguished Speakers Series, featuring Matt Bettenhausen, Vice President for Security and Chief Security Officer at AEG Worldwide.
Vladimir Putin is once again the leader of Russia. Why does this matter to American business? For one thing, Putin's election comes amidst stirrings of political change from the country's rising middle class.
The famed management guru Tom Peters once said, "Do what you do best and outsource the rest." Thanks to low costs abroad, many firms have chosen to outsource much of their manufacturing capacity over the past few decades.
Adam Smith once remarked that "on the road from the City of Skepticism, I had to pass through the Valley of Ambiguity." That could equally describe where Indonesia is today -- a thriving, vibrant democracy marked by tremendous economic growth and even greater potential, but which is haunted by a