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This is my third in a series of commentaries from a European trip that took me to Switzerland, Germany, and Poland in mid-November. In Warsaw, I met staff of Poland-based U.S. subsidiaries for a formal discussion of the Industrial Internet.
In this second installment of commentary summarizing my recent European trip, I recap key takeaways from a conference held by the Polish Economics Association. The daylong symposium was heavy on demystifying criticisms of the country’s economic transformation spanning the past quarter-century.
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Were it not for the looming prospect of the first increase in the Federal Reserves’ influential federal funds target in more than nine years, the November jobs report could almost be considered status quo. At 211,000, net payroll emp
After the Islamic State launched a series of attacks across Paris in November, the possibility of a similar type of terrorism left the world on edge. While these fears are understandable, automobile use is more of a daily risk to people than