Leadership in Action
Business Roundtable CEOs are embracing environmentally sustainable practices across their businesses, resulting in stronger communities and a healthier environment.Read the Report
Bechtel Chairman and CEO Brendan Bechtel discusses why it's time to invest in infrastructure now.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon discusses fixing bureaucracy and achieving competitive infrastructure.
Dennis Muilenburg – Chairman, President and CEO of The Boeing Company – describes how tax reform is empowering Boeing to invest hundreds of millions of dollars in its employees, its community, and its manufacturing capabilities.
American workers, families and communities are already seeing the benefits of tax reform in wage increases, bonuses, and expanded retirement benefits. That's just the beginning, because tax reform will mean more investments here in the U.S., leading to higher wages and more jobs for American workers.
Cummins CEO & Chair of the Business Roundtable International Engagement Committee Tom Linebarger talks about “the opportunity to improve” NAFTA and how his company and U.S. workers benefit from growing trade.
“NAFTA is good for our country. Economically it creates jobs. It improves our competitive profile, and it lowers the cost to consumers. I could think of no better strategy to improve our competitive profile in the world today where more countries are competing against us than to have NAFTA.”
The top priority for policymakers should be maintaining and strengthening NAFTA so American business, workers and consumers can continue to reap the benefits of trade with our two largest trading partners, Canada and Mexico.
When America helps shape trade agreements, you get better agreements for the U.S., but you also get to better agreements for everyone else.
S&P Global President and CEO Doug Peterson describes why infrastructure is important to S&P and to the competitiveness of America’s economy.
“We have the opportunity here to create a framework of rules that makes trade cheaper, safer and faster. Which is definitely good for American businesses and American consumers.”
Promoting diversity and inclusion isn’t just a goal that organizations should strive to achieve. It is our responsibility to create opportunities for people of all backgrounds across America.
"Building a more diverse and inclusive environment is the promise we make to each other, and something all of us strive to carry out each and every day. The commitment we embrace at Johnson & Johnson is shared by the CEOS of the Business Roundtable." - Alex Gorsky, Johnson & Johnson.Read the Report
The CEOs of Business Roundtable, who lead companies with tens of millions of employees, believe that all of us are responsible for making the world a better place than we found it. By advancing diversity and inclusion, Business Roundtable members are acting on their responsibility as leaders. Discover more here.
Trade with Canada and Mexico supports 11 million American jobs. Sustaining and strengthening U.S. trade with these partners will support U.S. economic growth and job creation.Read More
CEOs from Best Buy, Boston Consulting Group, Chubb, Dow Chemical, Eastman Chemical Company and Siemens urge policymakers to maintain, strengthen and modernize NAFTA to create more growth and ensure free and fair trade that strengthens our economy.
The Workforce Partnership Initiative (WPI) is a CEO-led initiative created by the Business Roundtable to increase the skills and diversity of America’s workforce and fill open jobs in growing industries around the country. The WPI will establish partnerships with education and community leaders to align local business needs with the development of career pathway programs.Learn About the Workforce Partnership Initiative
Unemployment may be stunningly low today, but many managers fret that their workers don’t have the right skills for tomorrow. The Business Roundtable, the association of U.S. CEOs, is taking a step toward addressing that anxiety.
Business Roundtable recently hosted “The Cost of Inaction: A Conversation on U.S. Infrastructure” — an event bringing together a panel of leaders from business, labor and government to focus on America’s infrastructure needs. Here are highlights from this in-depth discussion on problems, potential solutions and bipartisan opportunities to modernize America’s infrastructure.Learn More
Leaders in business, government and labor came together during Infrastructure Week to discuss the need for infrastructure renewal in the U.S. and the mounting economic consequences of inaction.
Everybody wants new and better infrastructure … and taxpayers around the country are voting resoundingly for increased investment in infrastructure. It’s not a partisan issue. It's an America issue. We cannot have an America first strategy if our infrastructure is last. We need to come together to solve this intractable problem that has gone on for decades now.