Striking the appropriate balance between allowing innovation to flourish and ensuring a healthy generics industry is at the heart of U.S. policy, and that should be reflected in the TPP.
With inversions under siege, now American firms are eager to be bought—to avoid onerous corporate taxes, writes Joe Kennedy in the Wall Street Journal.
Alan McQuinn highlights the key takeaways from ITIF's debate on the future of artificial intelligence.
Until U.S. policymakers address concerns from foreign customers that U.S. companies may be more vulnerable to NSA surveillance than their non-U.S. counterparts, U.S. companies will continue to face a disadvantage selling their products and services abroad.
Congress should move expediently to take up legislation banning revenge porn because everyone deserves to choose when and how their nude images can be seen, write Daniel Castro and Alan McQuinn in The Hill.
Congressional authorization of the U.S. Export-Import Bank is set to expire this evening, ending 81 years of continual and effective operation in the service of American exporters.