BusinessWeek's Arik Hesseldahl on Apple's strong quarterly earnings and what's in store for Steve Jobs and Co. in the future
The U.S. should pass H.R. 1868--the Birthright Citizenship Act of 2009--so all babies born on U.S. soil are no longer automatically made citizens. Pro or con?
In a wide-ranging interview, the President says "to return to some semblance of balance is hardly radical"
Top U.S. executives say President Obama has been accessible and willing to listen, but they wonder whether he is heeding their advice
Online ads for resveratrol are using fake endorsements from experts and celebrities to promote the unproven anti-aging product
"If automated testing and performance evaluation is this year's bright HR idea, it provides an excellent argument for entrepreneurship as opposed to wage slavery."
Maria Bartiromo talks to Alcoa's Klaus Kleinfeld, who says that China is already on its way to a consumer-led recovery
How a top payments processor responded to the largest-ever criminal pilfering of credit-card data, and what other companies can learn from it