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Corporate Antifa: CEOs Revolt Against American Democracy

The leaders of corporate America launched an unprecedented revolt against President Donald Trump this week, abandoning two CEO councils created by the White House in protest at the president’s comments on the recent violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

President Donald Trump walks to the White House as he arrives on the South Lawn, Monday, Aug. 14, 2017, in Washington. Trump is returning from a vacation to Bedminster, N.J. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

CEOs Forecast America #1 in Manufacturing as Carrier Stays in U.S.

Carrier’s announcement that it has reached a deal with President-elect Donald Trump to keep 1,000 manufacturing jobs from moving from Indiana to Mexico represents the first recognition by multi-national CEOs that the United States is forecast to be the top manufacturing location on the planet by 2020.

Carrier (Nati Harnik / Associated Press)

WSJ: Rising Populist Movement Scares Corporate Titans

Chief executives at big American companies are increasingly frustrated by the populist tone of the presidential campaign, and concerns are mounting in boardrooms and corner offices that antibusiness rhetoric may solidify even after the November election.

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California Wins ‘Worst State to do Business’ for 11th Year

It must be rainbows, butterflies and unicorns for Sacramento liberals, as California successfully defended its crown as America’s CEOs again named California the worst state to do business–for the eleventh straight year.

The Associated Press

Study: 6% of CEOs Worldwide Cite Global Warming as Top Priority

As the global elite gather in Davos, Switzerland, to discuss global warming and other issues, a new survey finds that just 6% of business leaders worldwide believe combatting global warming should be a top government priority, reports the International Business Times.

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