Business Roundtable


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Business Roundtable

A lobbying organization for major corporations in the United States. Members consist of the CEOs of large companies. It is known for opposing legislation favored by labor unions and for supporting free trade. It was established in 1972 and is based in Washington, D.C.
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The members of the Business Roundtable have come together to champion the need for a more sustainable, coordinated national approach to make our communities more resilient and our people safer.
The California Business Roundtable issued several recommendations for change:
For Russ Goodenough, Thousand Oaks business owner and chairman of the Mayor's Business Roundtable, the proposed group promises to improve dialogue in the city and even increase awareness of common concerns facing local neighborhoods.
The Mayor's Business Roundtable is a group of Thousand Oaks business owners who meet Tuesday mornings to advise Mayor Judy Lazar on economic development issues.
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