Business Roundtable is an association of chief executive officers of leading U.S. companies working to promote a thriving economy and expanded opportunity for all Americans through sound public policy.
Business Roundtable CEOs are focused on policies that strengthen businesses and support economic growth. Those opportunities are sometimes outside of the Roundtable’s permanent policy committees, but are just as important for the ongoing success and competitiveness of our country. Select committees will be formed to respond to and advocate for issues of the day that impact the economy.
BRT's Emerging Issues
In an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, BRT President John Engler urges the Supreme Court to hear two class-action lawsuits.
As we head home to see loved ones, today promises to be one of the busiest days for air travel. We all know the headaches such a day can bring, especially if a storm or snow hits one or more of our major airports.
That the government would seek to undermine such a valuable safeguard without even setting forth profound public policy for doing so runs counter to the values and best interests of America and American businesses.
We believe the federal government should, to the greatest extent possible, protect such information rather than transmit it to anyone in the world with a computer connection.