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Once a year, The Wall Street Journal convenes in Washington, D.C. its CEO Forum, at which over 100 CEOs of global companies gather to engage with each other, with policy leaders, and with WSJ editors and other guests on the business and policy issues of the day. At the most recent gathering, one of us attended to moderate one of the six task-force discussions; most specifically, on the topic of how public policy might better foster the innovativeness and competitiveness of companies in the United States.
The health of a body politic can often be gauged by its ability to act in the long-term, national interest. On that metric, all does not seem well in the United States.
Anup Srivastava finds skilled foreign laborers are a boon to the American economy.
Sony's Betamax gave television viewers the ability to record programs even while they weren’t watching them.
The vast majority of successful companies grow slowly, building key strengths over decades.
Kusum Ailawadi studies the link between two common measures of brand equity.
Refugees will deliver a long-term economic stimulus to the region.