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Is American Manufacturing on Track for a Comeback?

Detroit's Big Three are in hiring mode again, and Japanese automakers are building cars in the U.S. to export to Asia. And they aren't the only ones ramping up U.S. production. Is America at the beginning of a new industrial age? The answer lies in China.

The U.S. Is Still Tops for Millionaires

When it comes to its population of millionaires, the U.S. still leads the world, but other countries have gained recently, The Boston Consulting Group reports. In particular, the report found a stagnation of wealth growth in developed nations, but rapid wealth growth in the developing world.

The Top 10 Countries for Millionaires

Global wealth made a remarkable comeback in 2009, but you might be surprised by the countries that showed the biggest increase in the percentage of millionaire households. Hint: The U.S. made the list, but it's not even in the top five. Another eye-opening point: Millionaires hold 38% of the world's total wealth.

Book Digs Into Consulting Industry's Culture of Big Ideas, Small Actions

Throughout the pages of Walter Kiechel III's The Lords of Strategy: The Secret Intellectual History of the New Corporate World, the author tells how one management fad succeeded since the mid-1960s. In doing so, Kiechel paints a picture of a culture where ideas, more than deeds, are the central product.

World's supply of rich people falls

Wealth – and the number of wealthy people – declined over the past year. Unsurprisingly, the worldwide recession that has hammered...