On April 29, 1969, U.S. President Richard Nixon gave closing remarks at the Chamber’s 57th annual meeting. Nixon said that he was the only person to address the Chamber’s annual meeting as a congressman, senator, vice president, and president other than President Lyndon Johnson.
For the first time in seven years, Congress passed a $105 billion multiyear surface transportation bill, bringing certainty to road, highway, bridge, and transit projects and ensuring that project dollars are spent more wisely and stretched further.
The U.S. Chamber and other business organizations are intent on not letting the U.S. Supreme Court have the final say on a partisan health care law that a majority of Americans oppose. Following the Court’s unexpected decision on June 28 to uphold the law, the Chamber and other groups will continue their push to dismantle it.
The business community is calling for stronger EU-U.S. ties.
A new national education campaign highlights shale energy's benefits.
Closing the skills gap is necessary to compete globally.
Patricia Owen went from selling Estee Lauder products to owning her own day spa.