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Christopher Werth

Latest Stories from Christopher (242)

Americans in Paris...at the Air Show

by Christopher Werth Jun 21, 2013
The Paris Air Show is one of the world’s largest aviation and defense showcases. The U.S. pavilion is always the biggest, and typically attracts an entourage of American governors and members of Congress. But in this age of budget cuts,…

Can I see your violin's paperwork?

by Christopher Werth Mar 12, 2013
If you are a musician traveling abroad, you may soon need a passport -- for your instrument.

U.S. carmakers could benefit from EU industry troubles

by Christopher Werth Mar 7, 2013
The Geneva Auto Show opens in Switzerland this week. It’s usually a glitzy affair, but while U.S. carmakers are on the rebound, gloom has descended on the European auto industry.

Is Switzerland no longer a banking haven?

by Christopher Werth Mar 4, 2013
Voters in Switzerland have approved a referendum to curb executive pay. The move comes less than a week after the European Union announced plans to cap banker bonuses.

Germany asks: Should we have a minimum wage?

by Christopher Werth Feb 27, 2013
As the federal minimum wage has become a big topic of debate in the U.S., German politicians are in their own heated dispute over whether to have a minimum wage at all.
European Debt Crisis

Italy election deadlock reignites debt crisis fears

by Christopher Werth Feb 26, 2013
The European debt crisis has calmed down a lot in the past few months, but elections in Italy have ended in deadlock and uncertainty is back.

Europe faces up to the cost of austerity

by Christopher Werth Feb 22, 2013
Today, the European Commission said the euro zone will shrink another 0.3 percent in 2013, which is deeper and longer lasting than originally expected.
6 degrees of sequestration

Sequester could cut jobs outside U.S. borders

by Christopher Werth Feb 21, 2013
Cuts in defense spending as part of the sequester could ripple to suppliers outside the U.S.

Taking stock of Dickens on business

by Christopher Werth Dec 24, 2012
Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" is usually read with an anti-capitalist bent, but a wider reading of his works show a different picture.

Scrooge: Generous to a fault?

by Christopher Werth Dec 21, 2012
Ebeneezer Scrooge seems the epitome of a bad boss. He keeps the thermostat low, you have to beg for a day off and forget about a holiday office party. But is Scrooge's bad reputation undeserved?