Representatives Tom Reed (NY-23) and Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) discuss their work as co-chairs of the bipartisan Congressional Problem Solvers Caucus. The Congressmen share their views on the current state of fiscal and economic policy in Washington and their bipartisan work on issues such as infrastructure and tax reform.
Margaret Hawley-Young, Acting Special Representative for Commercial and Business Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, discusses how CBA and the rest of the State Department's Economic Bureau supports U.S. business interests abroad.
Fred W. Volcansek, Sr., the Executive Director of the U.S. Department of Commerce's SelectUSA program, discusses how foreign direct investment contributes to the U.S. economy and how SelectUSA helps businesses of all sizes.
For the fifth year in a row, global business executives named the United States as the top destination for business investment, according to A.T. Kearney’s Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Confidence Index. Foreign-owned businesses spent $57 billion on research & development (R&D) in the United States in 2014 alone.
A former chief economist of the President’s Council of Economic Advisors and former director of the Congressional Budget Office, Douglas Holtz-Eakin is one of the country’s foremost experts on tax policy.
We discuss how changes could affect businesses and the economy.
U.S. Representative Elizabeth Esty, Vice-Ranking Member of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure discusses her ideas for investing in infrastructure and the legislative priorities of the committee this year and next.
The Commerce Department announced that the U.S. economy grew at an annual rate of 0.7 percent in the first quarter of 2017.
What does this mean?
PGIM Managing Director Ed Keon discusses the fundamentals of the economy, consumer trends, and areas of potential growth.
This webinar is the latest in Business Forward’s series on economic indicators. We provide this programming to help you stay up to date on the latest information about the economy and how it may affect your business.
Congress needs to approve a federal spending plan—or pass a short-term continuing resolution—by Friday, April 28 or the federal government will shut down.
Budget expert Jacob Leibenluft gives an overview of what to expect around this appropriations deadline and what the coming debate over the budget means for the economy.