Commentary

Commentary

IN ITS HEADLONG rush to adjournment last Tuesday, Congress left more than a little unfinished busine
AS ALL TOO OFTEN in the Holy Land, the Christmas season has not been a time of

joy for all. I
THE FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION bears responsibility for maintaining safety on the rails. But th
THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE has presented an unexpected Christmas present to millions of taxpayers:
When Gary Hart tossed his hat - the one with all the arrows through it - back into the Democratic pr
In analyzing the recent collapse of stock prices, it is extremely important to determine if the 1,00
What is a U.S. corporation?

This deceptively simple question will plague U.S. policy-makers
EVERYBODY LIKES STABILITY. But the world economy is by nature unstable, constantly responding to unp
COMPETITIVE BIDDING drives down prices. That's true when a homeowner remodels his kitchen, and it's
The Journal of Commerce welcomes letters to the editor. Letters intended for publication should incl
The Federal Reserve System tightened monetary policy another notch in the first half of December, as
It used to be called the American Society of Seers, but because of the nation's addiction to acronym
As they agonize over exchange rates, the United States and the other industrial nations that form th
BRAZIL, AS ITS CITIZENS are fond of saying, is the nation of tomorrow. A more accurate description,