David Rohde

How a place like Brazil can be a job creator for the U.S.

By David Rohde
October 3, 2012

VITORIA DE SANTO ANTAO, Brazil – Last year, Kraft built a gleaming new factory on the outskirts of this town in northeastern Brazil. When I visited it last month, my heart sank.

How Zippos, dredges and vitamins can save the American middle class

By David Rohde
May 25, 2012

Last week, 41 American companies received awards at a little noticed White House ceremony. Despite the recession, the companies – most of them small and medium-size businesses – have experienced rapid growth and handsome profits in recent years. And they’ve beaten Chinese, Indian and European competitors at their own game.

Will “Made in America” sell in China?

By David Rohde
November 3, 2011

Update: My apologies. In the first version of this column, I confused two different Camaro models. A corrected version is below.