Will Chamber stance spur exodus?
Environmentalists are ratcheting up the pressure on General Electric, Caterpillar and Nike to follow the example of several large utilities and quit the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to protest its stance against climate change legislation.
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#1 Oct 5, 2009
Why exactly is it trying to restrict business anyway? Business works by solving problems, at the best cost, not ignoring them and paying the price.
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