Commentary

Commentary

An interesting and fairly rare market event occurred as Inco and Owens- Illinois were replaced in th
THE IDEA OF GIVING the president authority to veto individual line items in spending bills has been
What's in a name? Specifically, what's in a byline?

In eight years at the Journal of Commerc
Nobody seems ready to divulge the full facts about a new east-west situation full of paradox and per
IT'S 19 MONTHS until next year's presidential election, if anyone in Washington needed reminding, an
THE INTERNATIONAL LONGSHOREMEN'S Association without Teddy Gleason in charge? For most of the shipp
The Council of the Americas has released another report on how the men in the business trenches of d
The world's astronomers have a new fixation, an event that happened a long time ago out in space but
Is the competitiveness fever perverting academic values by putting money- making industrial goals ah
EVER WONDER WHY THINGS seem so mixed up? By more than six to one, Americans say their own personal
THE FAIRCHILD-FUJITSU affair raises questions about the direction of U.S. trade policy. Foremost is:
Let there be no misunderstanding of the true meaning of free enterprise. It does not mean being sin
Propagating the Myth

Of Tort ExplosionI was saddened to read that The Journal of Commerce is
Evidence of the heavy toll the yen's sharp appreciation since the autumn of 1985 is taking on Japan'