American food trucks invade Paris - TheDC

World | Nicole Choi
The Smoking Truck burger

Food from the States gets surprisingly warm reception in France

Regulators should regulate economy, not intervene in it

Opinion | Ryan Young & Jacqueline Otto

Regulatory agencies should stick to creating clear, predictable rules.

The attacks on entrepreneurs keep coming

Opinion | Brett McMahon

Why would anyone in their right mind start a business or hire more employees in this business environment?

Wendy's sells a majority stake in its fast-food chain Arby's - Forbes

Business | interns
Arbys

The company expects to grow annual earnings in 2012

SEC moves to end sales of two China-based stocks - Bloomberg

Business | interns
Company stocks

SEC lawyers said China Century Dragon Media made misleading statements after the company’s auditor resigned

Thought for Small Business Week: Let credit unions make more small business loans

Opinion | Bill Cheney

Congress should raise the arbitrary cap that now constrains credit unions’ small business lending.

An ILL wind for business -- Boeing, Boeing gone?

Opinion | Ron Hart

To understand where Obama’s policies are taking us, look no further than his home state of Illinois.

U.S. companies become more sustainable every day

Opinion | Mike Morris

A recent report reveals how 115 CEOs are working on making their companies more sustainable.

The best place to do business

Opinion | John Engler

The U.S. can once again be the best place in the world to do business. Here’s how.

General Motors: new and improved? - TheDC

US | Amanda Carey

GM looking to shake ‘Government Motors’ image

Why Steve Jobs doesn't want you to read

Opinion | Sue Zoldak

A deal that Jobs negotiated with book publishers is inflating e-book prices.

Consumers upset predictions as March retail sales rise - LAT

Business | interns

Retail analysts had predicted a 0.7% decline but instead saw a 1.7% increase in spending for March

Prosecutors say lawyer stole secrets, made millions - WSJ

Business | interns

Alleged 17-year insider trading scheme netted around $32 million in profits

Portugal seeks bailout, Europe debt crisis spreads - AP

Business | admin

If the bailout is granted Portugal will become the third EU nation to receive one

22-story rocket under construction - LAT

Business | interns

The ‘Space X’ rocket dubbed the ‘Falcon Heavy’ will be the second most powerful rocket created by the U.S.

If Obama is re-elected, he'll have GOP to thank

Opinion | Larry Kudlow

The Republicans have saved Obama from himself.

WTO rules some US state support for Boeing illegal - AFP

Business | interns

The WTO found some $5.3 billion in illegal subsidies were given to the company by the American government

SUED: Britney Spears faces $10 million lawsuit - Radar Online

Entertainment | interns

The pop princess is being sued by her former business partner for breaching contract, fraud, and deceit

Sprint urges U.S. to block merger of AT&T and T-Mobile - LAT

Business | interns

Currently ranked the 4th largest cellular service, Sprint worries that the merger would be an “anti-competitive acquisition”

Little progress as shutdown deadline looms - Washington Times

Politics | interns

Blame abounds as congress returns to session with the next budget deadline fast approaching