U.S. Companies Risk Their Own Future By Not Investing At Home

As U.S. companies expanded globally in the 1970s and 1980s, they started ignoring their hometowns, hurting America and putting companies’ long-term profits at risk, Jan Rivkin, professor at Harvard Business School, told a room full of business leaders at the Forbes-Rabobank Leadership conference in New York on Thursday.

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