The EPA's Clean Power Plan creates winners and losers, with anticipated advantages for the environment but higher electricity costs and lower GDP relative to baseline forecasts. Two dozen states have already filed lawsuits over the plan and the House passed two joint resolutions to kill it.
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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.
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
In this interview, Ethics & Compliance Council Chair Matt Frank discusses trade compliance, international training, company culture, and JCI’s Regional Compliance Committees—and recommends a book that he argues will forever change the way you communicate.
Investment spending in manufacturing and in the rest of the economy has been lagging benchmark indicators such as output, GDP, and cash flows since the end of the dot-com bubble. Lagging investment is a puzzle economists are attempting to unravel; one explanation is the impact of increased uncert
Last week’s third Conflict Minerals Forum was a success. Our 90 attendees from a range of manufacturing companies and corporate functions found the presentations useful and asked our experts many good questions.