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    202.872.1260
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    Washington, D.C. 20001
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    Amanda DeBard
    Director
    adebard@brt.org

Membership Contact
LeAnne Redick Wilson
Senior Vice President
​lwilson@brt.org

    

What is Business Roundtable

Business Roundtable (BRT) is an association of chief executive officers of leading U.S. companies working to promote sound public policy and a thriving U.S. economy.

Invested in America: A Growth Agenda for the U.S. Economy

America’s business leaders believe that there is no greater domestic priority for Congress and the Administration than getting our economy growing faster.

Business Roundtable's 2014 growth agenda, “Invested in America,” lays out a four-point plan to control the deficit, preserve key entitlement programs, educate our children, grow jobs, and offer upward economic mobility for everyone, to return the U.S. economy to its full growth potential.

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It's All About Growth: America's Future Depends on It

In the Wall Street Journal, AT&T Chairman and CEO, and Business Roundtable Chairman Randall Stephenson writes that "the Business Roundtable, whose member companies generate annual revenues of more than $7 trillion while employing 16 million workers, is embracing an agenda for 2014 centered on one thing – encouraging public policies that will return the U.S. to its full growth potential."

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Let's Invest in America

The CEOs of Busines Roundtable are deeply invested in America's success. We understand that when America succeeds, everyone wins - indivuiduals and businesses large and small. Helping the U.S. Economy grow faster and create more jobs should be our nation's top priority.

This will require policymakers to put an end to the era of governing by crisis and rededicate themselves to an economic growth agenda to drive more investement into the United States.

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Letter to the White House

Dear Mr. President, America’s business leaders believe that there is no greater domestic priority for Congress and the Administration than getting our economy growing faster. Business Roundtable would like to share with you our 2014 growth agenda “Invested in America.”

If we want to control the deficit, preserve key entitlement programs, educate our children, grow jobs, and offer upward economic mobility for everyone, we have to return the U.S. economy to its full growth potential.

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Letter to Congress

Dear Leaders, America’s business leaders believe that there is no greater domestic priority for Congress and the Administration than getting our economy growing faster. Business Roundtable would like to share with you our 2014 growth agenda “Invested in America.”

If we want to control the deficit, preserve key entitlement programs, educate our children, grow jobs, and offer upward economic mobility for everyone, we have to return the U.S. economy to its full growth potential.

Read the Letter

 

 

Business Roundtable Details Plan to Spur Investment, Economic Growth

In Letter to Hill and White House, America’s Business Leaders Say Tax and Immigration Reform, Expanded Trade and Greater Fiscal Stability Will Drive Investment, Growth and Jobs 

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