I’m pleased to announce that I am scheduled to return to John Batchelor’s nationally syndicated radio show tonight. The subject of the 9:15 PM EST segment: President Trump’s trip to Asia.
You can listen live on-line here, and as usual, I’ll post a podcast of the interview as soon as one’s available.
In addition, this morning, I was quoted in this Lifezette.com article on what would have been a genuinely game-changing, trade-related provision in the House Republican tax reform plan. I say “would have been,” because later today, the provision was removed. But given how frequently the bill’s contents have been changing, it’s still anyone’s guess whether or not it will be resuscitated sometime down the line.
Yesterday, my recent report on the latest Labor Department data on American wage growth (or lack thereof) was re-posted at IndustryToday.com. You can access it at this link.
And I just discovered that this October 18 post from the Korn Ferry Institute featured my views on the implications for businesses of President Trump’s efforts to rewrite the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The Institute is a leading global executive search and management consulting firm.
Keep checking in with RealityChek for news of media appearances and other developments.