Education is the cornerstone of the future of the U.S.' ability to compete for jobs but our system is not producing people with the necessary skills to compete in a 21st century global economy. Time to rethink what we’re doing.
It’s no secret that the phenomenal growth stories of China and India are changing the global economy playing field. By the end of this...
The current political struggle over foreign policy and arms control is not really isolationists vs. internationalists, as some would have you believe, but on which principles U.S. internationalism should be based. Speaking in Washington to our group of Vietnam Vet CEOs recently, former naval aviator Sen. John McCain, a committed internationalist, argues for a vigorous re-examination of U.S. foreign policy objectives.
A borderless world means an end to old economics.
CEOs may be divided over the critical measure for success in becoming global. But they are united in reckoning that culture and people are the greatest hurdles to success.