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Urban Grape Wine Shop Expands to Washington, D.C.
Owners TJ and Hadley Douglas were named America's Top Small Business in 2021 and sit on the Chamber's Small Business Council. The expansion builds on their mission to make the wine industry more accessible.
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Rep. Francis Rooney (R-Fla.) recently introduced a bill to bring much-needed transparency to front groups acting on behalf of the labor unions that support them...
It’s time to stand tall and punch back against the onslaught of abuse aimed at public companies.
Visit focuses on expanding economic ties between the U.S., Algeria, and Morocco
People are positive about the economy, so we need to do everything we can to maintain it.
Finding qualified workers, rather than taxes, are small business owners’ most-pressing concern, an NFIB survey found.
A good piece of advice is don’t wait until 2019 to talk with your tax advisor or CPA about how you can benefit from tax reform.
The bottom line on China is simple: Compete we will, but cooperate we must.
9th China Business Conference Remarks by THOMAS J. DONOHUEPresident and CEO, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Washington, D.C. May 1, 2018 Remarks as prepared for delivery. Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen, and thank you for being here. I’m excited to introduce our luncheon speakers, who are going to engage in what’s certain to be a fascinating and thought provoking discussion.
Tom Sullivan, vice president of small business policy at the Chamber, met with SBA head Linda McMahon to pick her brain on small business.
A one-size-fits-all approach to regulating them could result in higher costs and impediments to innovation.