- Is U.S. Business Hampered by Foreign Corrupt Practices Ban? Marinelli, Michael // World Trade;Sep2007, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p8
The author reflects on whether the U.S. business is being hampered by foreign corrupt practices ban. He says, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FPCA) has proven to be neither the crippling impediment to trade that its critics feared nor the harbinger of global reform that its proponents hoped....
- Politics Vs. Policy. Mullin, Tracy // Chain Store Age;Jan2004, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p26
Focuses on the need for the U.S. Congress to address issues facing retailers in 2004. Examples of legislative priorities delivered in 2003; Connection between effective policy and politics.
- How to survive in the regulatory jungle. Momboisse, Raymond M. // Management Review;Sep77, Vol. 66 Issue 9, p43
Discusses how businesses can deal with federal regulatory agencies in the United States. Legislative and judicial powers of regulatory agencies; Gathering of information about the agencies; Business participation in government rule-making; Role of the federal courts after regulatory action...
- BLOCKING OUT THE SUN. GOOZNER, MERRILL // American Prospect;Apr2012, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p56
The article discusses dismissal of the First Solar and other green-technology businesses in the U.S. due to the Chinese products counterpart that floods the U.S. market. It is suggested that an improved industrial and trade policy should be implemented to save these businesses and to avoid being...
- Chuckling Over Bad News--Or Not. Hill, Martin // San Diego Business Journal;7/8/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 27, p30
Discusses the increasing corporate corruption in the United States. Impact of corporate corruption on the investor confidence; Rapid decline of the dollar; Cost of accounting frauds on the human lives.
- Executives can wreak disasters of their own. Smith, Joseph // Crain's Detroit Business;7/1/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 26, p15
Focuses on the issue of executive misconduct in the companies in the U.S. Effect of the issue on businesses; View of local attorneys on the issue; Existence of corruption in offices.
- Metal theft: Are you a victim? Dease, Melissa // Foundry Management & Technology;Dec97, Vol. 125 Issue 12, p16
Looks at the widespread problem of metal theft and how the foundry industry in the United States responds to the problem. Example of companies which encounter the problem; Government's response to the problem that plagues the foundry industry.
- The last word. Vesely, Melan // Middle East;Aug/Sep2010, Issue 414, p74
The article reports on the surcharges done by many fly-by-night U.S. corporations to the American government in Afghanistan. It notes that a host of U.S. military contracts are being awarded with no open tender process taken, and such contracts are then subcontracted to local Afghan operations...
- EASTWARD HO! Delaney, Laurel // Entrepreneur;Jan2007, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p87
The article presents several Chinese trade resources that offer valuable assistance to U.S. businesses exporting goods and services to China. It includes U.S. Commercial Service China, UPS China Survey, China Commercial Brief, China Business Information Center, Chinese Business World, and...