Posted on 04/11/2021 6:05:09 PM PDT by Bigtigermike
A number of top executives and corporate leaders gathered online this weekend to discuss what to do in response to changes to some state voting laws, according to multiple news reports.
The Washington Post reported that more than 100 leaders, including executives from major airlines, retailers and manufacturers — plus at least one NFL owner — talked about potential ways to show they opposed the legislation, which has already been signed into law in Georgia and is being considered elsewhere. That includes halting donations to politicians who support the bills and even delaying investments in states that pass the restrictive measures, according to Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, a Yale management professor and one of the organizers.
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proves CEOs are not always right.
The US Chamber of Corporate Communists wants the power, the whole power, and nothing but the power.
posted on 04/11/2021 6:09:02 PM PDT
by E. Pluribus Unum
(Anti-racism looks suspiciously like racism.)
This is being spearheaded by the CEO of salesforce, Mark Benioff – he, along with Obama got a coalition of local Indiana execs to browbeat the GOP to capitulate and reverse the RFRA law that Mike Pence had signed.
This emboldened Benioff and he vowed to continue to use this tactic of using the CEOs to enforce social justice as part of a new political power.
Ladies and gentleman … the robber barons have returned.
Corporate cabal, actual fascism on the rise.
And gutless Republican politicians say nothing.
Organizer was Jeffrey Sonnenfeld. Harvard…
Wonder what kind of life he lives?
posted on 04/11/2021 6:13:10 PM PDT
(Dog is man’s best friend, and moslems hate dogs. Add that up. …. )
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