Politics/Policy

National Drug Control Policy Director General Barry McCaffrey: Internationalism Without Blinders

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.

Election Education

 As we enter the high season of the quadrennial circus called the U.S. presidential election, and as I hear the positions and watch the...

Political Party Problems

Of late, I've been following large organizations in historic flux. Consider, on the one hand, the Democratic and Republican parties of the U.S., and...

Chief Executives Tell What’s on Their Mind this Election Year

War Takes Top Place, Energy Policy Jumps Ranks and Healthcare Drops Down

Mining Momentum

Meet Steve Harman, Shell Oil's go-to man when a division needs to fuel growth. Harman grew up in Durham, a small mining village in...

Permanence & Politics

It struck me when I was writing two articles at the same time, both on politics, largely late at night. One was for an...

Fixing the Biotech Marketplace

The marketplace for drugs from the biotechnology industry, known as biologics, is damaged and needs repair. While biotechnology has revolutionized medical care and improved...

Lessons from the Labor Markets

In general, most CEOs accept the basic proposition that free competition in both capital and labor markets is the surest road to social prosperity...

Keep Up The Heat On Sarbox

CHIEF EXECUTIVES of large public companies have dealt with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and moved on. But nearly 80 percent of all publicly...

The Rough Road Ahead For G.M. and Ford

THE American automotive industry is facing its darkest hours in decades, says Dietmar A. Ostermann, vice president and auto industry specialist at the consulting...
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