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By Michelle Chapman, Associated Press
Welch became one of the nation's most well-known and highly regarded corporate leaders during his two decades as GE's chairman and chief executive, from 1981 to 2001.
By Associated Press
American companies have often moved manufacturing plants in search of cheaper labor or easier access to raw materials. But inside the U.S., states are competing with each other to attract new companies and the jobs they bring. In turn, corporations…
By Christopher Booker, Connie Kargbo
You've heard of it. It has something to do with jobs, and maybe Boeing. But what exactly is the Export-Import Bank, and what are its prospects for survival beyond its Sept. 30 expiration date?…
By Simone Pathe
Paul Solman answers questions from NewsHour viewers and web users on business and economic news most days on his Making Sen$e page. Here's Friday's query: Name: Jerrold Jones Question: Hey Paul, Do something useful for once. Prove…
By Paul Solman
Name: Jerrold Jones Question: Hey Paul, Do something useful for once. Prove you're a "real" journalist and interview CEOs who already manufacture here in the U.S. and do so in the face of conventional wisdom. You could start by picking…
President Obama on Friday named General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt to lead a panel on job creation and economic competitiveness. Jeffrey Brown discusses the White House's evolving relationship with big business with former Clinton labor secretary Robert Reich and John…
The Bush administration unveiled a plan Tuesday to stabilize the teetering U.S. banking system with as much as $250 billion of the financial sector rescue fund. Three economic experts discuss the impact of the plan.
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