'Big Data' impacts how we work, elect our presidents, and play tennis. It also affects the way we're watched.
Mitt Romney has been both vaunted and vilified for his business background. Here's how running a corporation really compares to running a country.
Who should have the primary responsibility for making American workers globally competitive – the private sector or government?
If Occupy Wall Street coalesces into something like a real movement, the Democratic Party may have more difficulty digesting it than the GOP has had with the Tea Party.
Multinational corporations harbor and invest nearly $1.5 trillion overseas to avoid the 35 percent US corporate tax rate. Giving them a 'repatriation holiday' – a tax break if they bring that cash home and create jobs – will please both sides of the aisle and the American people.
The companies represented on Obama's jobs council employ many workers from overseas, and they'll be fine regardless of American jobs numbers
President Obama meets with his jobs council, which offers him its proposal for how to add one million positions to the US job market without help from Congress.
Recent indicators have shown an economy growing slower than forecasters expected. President Obama's political fortunes could hinge on whether the economy makes progress between now and the 2012 election.