Cordell Eddings

Cordell Eddings

Cordell was a senior editor and content strategist for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's strategic communications team.

He previously covered corporate finance, economics, foreign exchange and fixed income markets for Bloomberg News in New York during the heart of the financial crisis.  Before that, he was a crime and politics reporter (as well as covering many, many country fairs) at the Indianapolis Star. 

Cordell is a rare native of Washington D.C., a proud graduate of Indiana University and an unabashed fan of the Detroit Lions. 
 

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‘We’re All Just in Limbo:’ 3 Florida Business Owners Feeling the Heat of Tariffs

More than $713 million of the state's exports are vulnerable due to the emerging trade war.

Already in the Crosshairs, How a NAFTA Pullout May Push Michigan Dairy Farmers Over the Edge

Ken Nobis has been a farmer for 50 years. He can't remember a time when the stakes have been so high.

30 Years, 300 Jobs: How One Immigrant Entrepreneur Built a Booming Pittsburgh Business through Trade and Innovation

Being able to export to international markets has been an essential part of Thar Process' success.

He’s Been a Family Farmer for nearly 50 Years. He’s Worried Trade Policies Will Make Him one of Iowa’s Last.

Chris Petersen is one of Iowa’s family farmers concerned about the direction of U.S. trade policy and its impact on the state's economy.

We Asked 4 Business Leaders What our Infrastructure’s Future Needs. Here’s What They Said.

It’s time to stop thinking about infrastructure as a problem, but as an opportunity for the country’s brightest minds and bipartisan government officials to think innovatively and invest wisely in the country’s most critical needs. That means innovative business minds, government, and nonprofits groups rolling up their sleeves to create the infrastructure of tomorrow.

What a Small Milwaukee Flower Shop Teaches Us About Trade and NAFTA

Small businesses make up 97.7% of all Wisconsin businesses. Nearly nine in ten of those businesses trade their goods and services abroad.

From Dream Job to Possible Deportation, a DREAMer Confronts the Unknown

Nearly 800,000 young immigrants that face deportation if DACA is completely rescinded and Congress fails to act.