The U.S. vs. Steve Jobs
Each month the U.S. government issues reports about the state of our economy. How do those conflict with the quarterly reports of major public companies and what, ultimately, do they tell us? I asked Zachary Karabell, president of River Twice Research, about a column he wrote in the latest issue of Time magazine that tackled this topic.
Has China's Business Climate Cooled To U.S. Firms?
Google recently announced it is moving part of its operations to Hong Kong; and harsh corruption sentences have been handed down to China-based executives of the British-Australian firm Rio Tinto. Zachary Karabell, author of Superfusion tells Renee Montagne that the recent events don't mean the business environment is souring for foreign firms in China.