In the Tuesday Wall Street Journal, Professor Alan Blinder wrote of his puzzlement at the very slow growth of productivity in the last three years. There is really no mystery. The rate of growth of investment in...
Corporate Taxes: Winning
Raising taxes on U.S. corporations that do business abroad - as some in Washington, D.C. have suggested - won't protect American jobs. In a global marketplace, companies need to be able to compete wherever their customers are. Successful U.S. companies end up expanding payrolls both at home and abroad.
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