Commentary

Commentary

THE COLD FACTS of budget austerity notwithstanding, James Burnley, who took office as secretary of T
Do you remember Procrustes, one of the great villains of Greek legend?

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U.S.-BASED MULTINATIONAL FIRMS have a new tax fight on their hands - a House Ways and Means Committe
The Wall Street Journal (or Brand X, as we call it around here) last week published two articles th
DUMPING IS ONE of the more controversial terms in the trade experts' lexicon. Technically, it means
SLIGHTLY MORE THAN A YEAR has passed since Congress, overriding President Reagan's veto, enacted mod
Gasoline Marketing

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As Mikhail Gorbachev prepares for an important summit meeting with President Reagan in Washington, i
Throughout his seven years in office, President Ronald Reagan has repeatedly called for reductions i
Easily the most fascinating and humbling aspect of the news business is the development that occurs
IT DIDN'T TAKE LONG after the Oct. 19 stock market crash for the revisionist wisdom to emerge from a
MORE THAN TWO CENTURIES AGO, Benjamin Franklin's original fire insurance company, The Philadelphia C