President Vladimir Putin's drive to boost the Kremlin's power doesnt worry U.S. businesses, America's top business lobbyist told the Moscow Times.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce this week took the pulse of small businesses around the country -- and found that most small businesses they polled were optimistic
U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Thomas Donohue Wednesday staunchly defended corporate outsourcing as highly beneficial to the domestic economy.
Although looming budget deficits are of concern amid a troubled U.S. economy, cutting the red ink is not the top priority while the Bush administration continues the war on terrorism, says Mitch Daniels, director of the Office of Management and Budget.
Few were surprised when Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill and White House economic adviser Lawrence Lindsey were booted out by President Bush last Friday, but it remains to be seen whether their replacements will fare better in revving up the U.S. economic
In the wake of Enron and WorldCom scandals and the ensuing distrust of corporations, Congress scurried to respond to public outcry, passing the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.
President Bush's call Tuesday for a new ethic of responsibility to shareholders, proposing longer jail sentences for those who defraud investors, and establishi
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