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In a @WSJ  LTE, Joshua Bolten underscores the importance of BRT’s updated Statement on the Purpose of a Corporation, arguing that support for capitalism is under threat because too many Americans believe that our system benefits only wealthy shareholders.

Discussion on Presidential Transitions with former White House chiefs of staff Joshua Bolten, @PresidentCard , @DenisMcDonough  & @Mack_McLarty , Partnership for @RPublicService  hosts - LIVE online here: #TalkingTransitions 

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I'll be moderating a panel of former White House chiefs of staff Joshua Bolten, @PresidentCard , @DenisMcDonough  & @Mack_McLarty  at #TalkingTransitions  on the importance of transition planning. Please join me tomorrow! Register here:

“Further major support from the federal government is necessary to prevent economic recovery from being derailed," said Joshua Bolten, CEO of Business Roundtable.

BRT President & CEO, Joshua Bolten, urges Congress and the Administration to take further action to prevent derailment of economic recovery.

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@BizRoundtable  President & CEO Joshua Bolten on the importance of developing near-and-long term solutions to ensure Americans can stay connected with high-speed internet. #infrastructure  #broadband 

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BRT President & CEO, Joshua Bolten: “We are saddened by the passing of Justice Ginsburg, who led an extraordinary life and inspired generations of Americans.” Full statement:

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"The work of leading enterprises that benefit all stakeholders—and therefore prosper over the long term—is ever more important." – @BizRoundtable  President & CEO Joshua Bolten in @WSJopinion :

From @WSJopinion : Business Roundtable CEOs reject quick-hit, short-term capitalism. They believe that the health of both companies and capitalism depends on investments in all stakeholders, writes Joshua Bolten.

"The work of leading enterprises that benefit all stakeholders—and therefore prosper over the long term—is ever more important." – @BizRoundtable  President & CEO Joshua Bolten in @WSJopinion :

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From @WSJopinion : Business Roundtable CEOs reject quick-hit, short-term capitalism. They believe that the health of both companies and capitalism depends on investments in all stakeholders, writes Joshua Bolten of @BizRoundtable .

@BizRoundtable ’s Joshua Bolten tells @margbrennan  that if the trade war “spirals out of control,” investors and businesses will “slam on the brake” and “that would be a disaster” for China and the United States.

Joshua Bolten on : "I don't know if Peter Navarro would be willing to bet his job that he is right that there won't be retaliation, but he ought to be willing to make that bet, because he's betting the jobs of tens of thousands of Americans"

BRT President & CEO Joshua Bolten on #TaxReform  and why “America’s workers are the most important winners.”

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"Through the proposed tax reform, members of Congress have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to restore the competitiveness of the U.S. as a place to do business and to provide workers a long-overdue pay raise. They should take it.” – Joshua Bolten

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