finance.yahoo.com -- The nation wasted the major economic recovery, according to a new report by Harvard Business School on U.S. competitiveness. “We had this wonderful recovery. It could have given us the chance to take some significant resources and devote them to some of our well-known challenges, like infrastructure or health care...none of that happened. Instead, we squandered a major economic recovery and didn’t use it to make things better,” said Harvard Business School professor Michael Porter, a co-author of the study. "Какие-то люди неожиданно заработали деньги, а мы прощёлкали клювом и не отобрали"