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Dec 07 2016
Trump’s approach is a marked shift from prior presidents, who usually dealt with the private sector on an industry level and in the broadest terms. His bargaining style, including his opaque personal financial dealings and his sudden shots at certain companies, has helped unnerve a corporate America that traditionally craves stability.Washington Post Washington Times The Hill
Jan 14 2022
Companies are about to blast out a blizzard of quarterly profit and sales numbers over the next few weeks, as the carnival of Q4 corporate results kicks off.
Driving the news: Large banks will open the floodgates, issuing reports early Friday that mark the unofficial start of earnings season on Wall Street.
Why it matters: Earnings reports tell investors, analysts and economistsAxios
Aug 04 2022
Throughout the year, we’ve seen small but curious signs that corporate America is less interested in being woke than it was a few years ago.
In May, Meta — formerly Facebook — said that “discussing abortion openly at work has a heightened risk of creating a hostile work environment,” so it had taken “the position that we would not allow open discussion.” Progressive activists wereJim Geraghty
Apr 15 2021
Critics of the Georgia elections law have gotten far out over their skis. The Washington Post fact-checker awarded Joe Biden “Four Pinocchios” for lying about the bill, then labeled him a “recidivist” when he kept repeating the lie. Senator Raphael Warnock admitted to Fox News that he had put his name to an email for a liberal nonprofit lying about a provision that was not in the final bill.National Review
Jun 16 2019
President Donald Trump's on-again, off-again relationship with corporate America was on full display this week as he sparred publicly with the country's most powerful business lobby over his rinse-and-repeat use of tariffs -- and then welcomed top executives to the White House to plead with him in person.CNN (Online News)
May 04 2015
By any measure, Carly Fiorina has a compelling life story. Born in Austin, Texas, she worked as a receptionist in a hair salon and secretary before shattering one of the hardest glass ceilings in America, becoming the first woman to lead a Fortune 20 company. Just as compellingly, Fiorina is now the GOP’s sole female answer to the oncoming gender juggernaut that is Hillary Clinton. So whateverPolitico
Jun 02 2022
CEO confidence in the U.S. economy is waning as survey results and comments from top executives suggest a dim outlook.
The Conference Board’s second-quarter measurement of CEO sentiment revealed that 57 percent anticipate the economy to go through a “very short, mild recession.” This represented the fourth consecutive quarter of declining expectations.
According to the businessThe Epoch Times
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Apr 22 2022
Exxon Mobil seems to be backpedaling on some of its culture-war allegiances with a decision that is at least symbolically significant. Bloomberg reports:
Exxon Mobil Corp. plans to prohibit the LGBTQ-rights flag from being flown on the corporate flagpole outside its offices during Pride month in June, prompting a furious backlash from Houston-based employees.
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Nov 17 2020
Systemic racism is leading to a turnover problem in corporate America: Companies have a hard time holding on to Black employees.
Why it matters: Beyond affecting individual professionals and teams, a corporate culture that causes attrition can spread rot through entire companies.
Driving the news: If companies don't pay attention to their corporate culture, the pandemic andAxios