I'm a veteran journalist who has written and edited articles on a wide range of business topics, ranging from regulation and litigation to corporate racial relations to interaction between companies and consumers. I'm interested in illustrating how the realities of the business world frequently clash with the theories and principles that business people find appealing.
The spectrum of American media representation of Muslims stretches from informed reporting to mindless fear-mongering.
Paul Barrett describes the interests that Washington acknowledges, and those that it does not.
It's a question of real estate, says Barrett.
Like other Americans, some Muslims the American government when it goes against the Constitution and Bill of Rights.