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Either we can change the flawed system, or watch it change on its own.
General Electric’s tumble should remind companies of the importance of cash flow.
They base their decision on genuine economic research, they will not.
The damage done to families by 1960s welfare policies must be repaired.
When a situation requires innovation and resourcefulness, we want a human being at the helm.
The so-called “caravan” is an effort to test our border security system. Europe failed a similar test.
Our banks seem better prepared than last time to withstand the assaults of market volatility.
Teams might be productive without managers, but they can’t do it without leaders.
If it passes, we’ll probably see higher prices for gasoline, heating oil and electricity.
The work points the way toward a path out of our global warming impasse.
The person who knows what he or she wants has a marked advantage over the person who doesn’t.
Don’t rely on jargon and consultants — offer employees the genuine stuff.
Higher education’s drift toward training rather than education has aggravated the problem.
It’s a danger to our democracy and economy, no matter what your political affiliation might be.
Its effects on our economy and the costs to taxpayers should be closely studied.
Prudent energy lending should prevent a widespread financial collapse.
Statistical analyses of psychological test results and baseball performance are not the same.
We cannot allow the pundits and politicians to define it for us.
Is it the right move to cool inflation? The economy will tell us.