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- InternationalInSTEP: The Ongoing Russia-Ukraine Conflict and Geopolitical ImplicationsMonday, October 0304:00 PM EDT - 05:00 PM EDT
- Health CareHealth ForwardTuesday, October 0401:00 PM EDT - 03:00 PM EDT
- FinanceProlific Regulation: Examining SEC Rulemaking Under the Biden AdministrationThursday, October 0611:00 AM EDT - 11:30 AM EDT
- Jan 11, 2017ROC Challenges DOL Nominee with Factually Challenged Report
A labor front group known as the Restaurant Opportunities Center (ROC) United released a politically-motivated “report” on January 10...
- Jan 11, 20172017 State of American Business Address U.S. Chamber President Tom Donohue's remarks on the State of American Business as prepared for delivery on January 11, 2017.
- Jan 09, 2017Make that 27…
The Commonwealth of Kentucky over the weekend became the 27th state to adopt a right-to-work law...
- Jan 04, 2017Chamber Snapshots: The Best of 2016
2016 proved to be a busy year in Washington, D.C., and no place experienced that more than the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
- Jan 04, 2017SEIU Local 5 Declares Bankruptcy
A union in Texas has filed for bankruptcy protection after being found liable for its overly-aggressive campaign...