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Dale Buss
Dale Buss is a long-time contributor to Chief Executive, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal and other top-flight business publications. He lives in Michigan.

GOP Candidates Focus on Issues in 3rd Debate

There was disagreement whether any of the Republican presidential candidates gained or lost ground in their third debate, from Colorado on CNBC Wednesday evening. But they eventually did address economic issues in more significant ways than in the other two debates.

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M&A Reaches Record Levels: Should You Capitalize on the Current Market’s Opportunities?

The global mergers-and-acquisitions scene has come back in a healthy way, and some might say that the preliminary agreement between Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller is simply the froth on the top of the M&A beer glass. The question on the tips of many CEOs’ tongues, however, is whether these events represent opportunities that won’t last and that they should take advantage of.

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Is the Export-Import Bank’s Demise Starting to Hurt Mid-Market Exporters?

General Electric and Boeing are reacting the most loudly to the continuing lack of Congressional authorization of the Export-Import Bank, with both companies cutting or threatening to eliminate U.S. jobs and moving them overseas because of the demise of the federally funded business- financing agency. But some mid-market and small companies also have begun to react as conservative members excoriated the Ex-Im Bank as an agent of “crony capitalism” for big companies that don’t need the help.

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