The latest news on globalization
The U.S. must move past the "global war on terrorism" concept, Patrick Cronin writes.
The worldwide slowdown is putting a hit on its formerly hypergrowth economy.
Nope, companies will innovate and adapt.
Other countries easily pick up the slack of weakening U.S. demand for oil and coal.
Fast-growing Asian economies may help keep America out of recession.
In the race for global competitiveness, is the U.S. falling behind?
The allure of major cost savings is causing American corporations to quietly offshore more than ever.
In Denmark, high taxes lead the best and the brightest to leave.
These powerful trends help explain why shoppers keep spending.