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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.

December 1, 2015

Business Roundtable members are again lowering their expectations for capital investment and sales over the next six months, according to the 4th Quarter CEO Survey released today. Hiring plans remained flat. GDP growth...

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CEO Economic Survey, hiring, capital investment, CAPEX, sales
November 25, 2015

According to the latest GDP estimate from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, the U.S. economy advanced at a 2.1percent clip in Q3 2015, faster than previously estimated but significantly slower than the 3.9 percent...

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The Top Line, Economy, GDP
November 23, 2015
John Engler

Opponents of Common Core have been pointing to a recent article in The Wall Street Journal as evidence that Common Core State Standards are on the decline. “After 45 states adopt...

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Common Core, high state standards, Common Core State Standards
November 18, 2015
Dane Linn

Every day, we hear from America’s business leaders on challenges of all shapes and sizes – but one issue remains a top priority: the skills gap. Our CEOs know that the health of their companies and, ultimately, of the economy relies on a workforce equipped with the skills and competencies...

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work and learn, workforce development, Workforce
November 12, 2015

With today's Veterans Day commemoration, we note this positive development in the long-standing challenge of employing the men and women who served in the U.S. military.

From Military Times, "...

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veterans, Veterans Day


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Achieving America's Full Potential

The CEO members of Business Roundtable believe

that realizing America’s full potential to create more high-wage jobs for U.S. workers and greater opportunity for middle-class families should be the nation’s top priority. America’s business leaders have identified six priorities for action by Congress and the Administration.