The official statistics are wrong about the App Economy
The Federal Trade Commission's looming antitrust settlement with the search giant shows how regulators can do their job without stifling innovation
Obama has been surprisingly unwilling to take credit for the most powerful economic success story on his watch: The growth of the communications/internet sector
Young people are thinking entrepreneurially, viewing themselves as microbusinesses operating in a highly uncertain economic environment
The surprising link between Mitt Romney and the upcoming Facebook initial public offering
The lessons from an infant industry, including the power of cooperation and importance of regulating with a light touch
Nearly all of income growth in New Hampshire from 2000 to 2010 came from government spending
Eliminating investment taxes, as the GOP presidential hopeful would like, is a needless gift to investors and executives profiting off the gains from outsourcing and a frothy global economy
It all comes down to this: We have to match growth to debt. If we can't create miracles from growth, we have to consider inflation to reduce the value of our debt
It wasn't a proposal. It was an admission.
The big problem with consumer spending is that if you buy a product made outside the U.S., it doesn't encourage domestic investment. And that's what we really need.
The U.S. seems likely heading for an infrastructure crash that will terribly damage both our prospects and those of our children.