Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Josh Tyrangiel talks about the magazine’s inside look at Foxconn Technology Group and Chairman Terry Gou
Workers have been hammered by cutbacks; if companies don't address the needs and expectations of employees, they will look to third-party support. Pro or con?
Foxconn founder Terry Gou might be regarded as Henry Ford reincarnated if only a dozen of his workers hadn't killed themselves this year. An exclusive look inside a postmodern industrial empire
While nurses are not nearly as well paid as chief executives, their salaries are rising faster. That's one of many revealing data points in a Bureau of Labor Statistics study of compensation for the top 100 U.S. job categories, from 2000 to 2009
During the boom, Wachovia banker Robert Verrone made money by slicing and dicing billions of dollars in commercial real estate loans. After the crash, he made money by restructuring those loans before they blew up. What has he learned?
"Countless small businesses across the country will benefit from the tax credits."
The former British Prime Minister, whose memoir, A Journey, has drawn protests in Dublin and London, defends the invasion of Iraq
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