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.
A Blueprint for Renewing America's Infrastructure
This report demonstrates many different ways employers are helping to drive a health care system that delivers better health care quality and value.
America’s top CEOs detail how the shareholder proposal process has fallen out of step with corporate decision-making and capital markets today.
The Impact of Trade on U.S. & State Level Employment
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement is a regional trade agreement that the United States negotiated with 11 other Asia-Pacific countries (Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam).
North America’s energy resurgence is delivering for consumers, businesses, the U.S. economy and America’s standing in the world, but history suggests that those who stand still are quickly overtaken. Policymakers, regulators and business leaders should work together to adopt a policy framework that capitalizes on this historic opportunity and ushers in a new era of energy security.
Business Roundtable CEOs believe it is time to take action to improve education and workforce training.
A quality postsecondary education is foundational to workforce preparedness – both for workplace productivity and individual success. U.S. employers increasingly need highly skilled employees to compete globally, and individuals generally receive increased economic benefits based on their education levels. Federal policies should support America’s skills needs and expand postsecondary opportunities to more students.
Policymakers should maintain the materiality standard for determining what information public companies must disclose to investors. The time-tested standard is proven effective in protecting investors and helping them make informed investment and voting decisions.
The proposed Keystone XL pipeline is a new 1,179-mile (875 miles in the U.S.) crude oil pipeline that would begin in Alberta, Canada, and would extend through Saskatchewan, Montana, South Dakota and Nebraska, where it would link up with an already completed southern leg for delivery of oil to the Gulf Coast.
U.S. economic growth and job creation depend on expanding U.S. trade and investment opportunities so U.S. companies can sell more products and services to customers around the world.