The 1980s have not been kind to the U.S. labor movement. Labor has been forced to fight, often unsuc
WHEN PRESIDENT REAGAN says there is no reason to expect a recession due to the stock market crash, h
THE TREATY OVER intermediate-range nuclear forces that President Reagan and Soviet Communist Party G
Nuclear Plants

Expensive to OperateThe Journal of Commerce's Nov. 10 editorial, "Nukes and P
Hundreds of bunches of flowers still spill across the sidewalk in front of King's Cross station in L
The stock market decline has had the beneficial effect of focusing greater attention on the budget d
The Wall Street Journal (or Brand X, as we call it around here) last week published two articles th
U.S.-BASED MULTINATIONAL FIRMS have a new tax fight on their hands - a House Ways and Means Committe
Do you remember Procrustes, one of the great villains of Greek legend?

He was the robber of
THE COLD FACTS of budget austerity notwithstanding, James Burnley, who took office as secretary of T
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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

And CompetitionI read with interest your Nov. 9 editorial, "Retailers and