Bloomberg News

More countries should follow the U.S. lead and spend more than they take in.

Companies will have to prove they’re committed to goals beyond maximizing shareholder value.

As U.S. interest rates tumbled, corporations wasted little time rushing into the market.

Managers of public companies still need to put owners first.

Like the Whopper and the Big Mac, it was born during an economic boom to help a fast-food chain discreetly raise prices.

If a recession is coming, then a small reduction in workers’ payroll taxes won’t  matter much.

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