I want to thank Mr. Heller for his good sense of humour. I could think of no better way to show that the audience often focuses on the intentions or the personality of the author rather than the content of the message itself.
Between Brexit and German Chancellor Angela Merkel's looming departure, there is no longer any question that Joe Biden's top European ally will be French President Emmanuel Macron. But the Biden administration must act fast to seize the opportunity – and that means shoring up Macron's support at home.
explains why the Biden administration should work closely with French President Emmanuel Macron's government.
To help finance its massive post-pandemic infrastructure investment package, US President Joe Biden’s administration plans to increase corporate taxes and reduce the scope for profit-shifting by US-based multinationals. Although the proposed tax changes are likely to face opposition from congressional Republicans and big business, are any of the alternatives better?