U.S. Chamber Foundation's Hiring Our Heroes Launches Military Spouse Fellowship Program in San Diego
WASHINGTON, DC —The U.S.
Elizabeth Warren was one of my best law-school professors, but her political ambitions seem to have suppressed her once-reasonable instincts, particularly regarding corporate regulation. One of her recent proposals, the Corporate Executive Accountability Act, would upend hundreds of years of U.S. legal tradition and wreak havoc in boardrooms.
WASHINGTON, D.C.— The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Howard University today launched a new business partnership to help develop the next generation of diverse business leaders. At an event announcing the “Next-Gen Business Partnership,” leaders from the U.S.
“Our role is to create prosperity for society—and the best way to create prosperity is through purpose.”
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Brazil-U.S. Business Council formally released the results of a trade study it conducted assessing the impact of a U.S.-Brazil trade agreement on the U.S economy. The study results show that a trade agreement, once fully implemented, would have a positive impact on the U.S.