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September 21, 2015

America’s leading CEOs are concerned about the future of our nation’s transportation infrastructure. 

In an op-ed on CNBC, Caterpillar Chairman and CEO Doug Oberhelman writes, “Infrastructure is...

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transportation, Infrastructure, highways
September 18, 2015

Michigan suffers from a "preparation gap," with 35 percent of graduating high school students who enter college unprepared for freshmen level coursework, write Business Roundtable President John Engler and Daniel Hurley, CEO of the Presidents Council, State Universities of Michigan, in The...

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K-12 Education, standards, assessments
September 17, 2015

President Obama's remarks at the Business Roundtable on Wednesday and the Q&A with CEOs that followed offered a long list of topics for the media to report on: The economy and budget showdown, China and the upcoming U.S. trip of President Xi Jinping, cybersecurity, trade and the Trans-...

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China, Cuba, Cybersecurity, hacking, carried interest, Tax Reform, federal budget
September 15, 2015

Business Roundtable today's released its Q3 CEO Economic Outlook Survey, reporting lowered expectations for the economy over the next six months, including plans for hiring and capital investment. Projections for hiring also dropped compared to the Q2 survey....

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federal budget, sequestration, Debt Ceiling, 2015 Q3 CEO Survey, CEO Survey
September 11, 2015

Business advocates around the country are raising warning flags about an upcoming regulation from the Environmental Protection Agency that could set a new, lower standard for ground-level ozone. The EPA is due to issue the final rule by Oct. 1 and...

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ozone, NAAQS, EPA, environmental protection agency

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