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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.
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World leaders gathered in Paris for COP21 in the hopes of reaching a pact to cut greenhouse emissions, slow the rise in global temperatures, and tackle the “global threat to security in the 21st century.” Business leaders are also getting involved because they see it as an important opportunity and essential part of risk mitigation strategies.
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.
One down, two to go. In October, the House of Representatives passed a resolution to lift the ban on U.S. crude oil exports. The Senate may do the same, but President Obama has threatened to veto. Lifting the ban will raise the fortunes of U.S. manufacturers, but here are five myths that need to be addressed
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