December 2012

Opinion

Education Reform Sparks Talk

2012: Exhibit Celebrates U.S. Chamber History

Lawyers’ New Jackpot Justice Model

A new type of litigation financing is helping propel a wave of lawsuits in the United States.

In Your Corner

Time For Policy Instead of Politics

Some pundits and politicians in Washington are already speculating about the elections of 2014 and 2016. In case they haven't noticed, there is important work to do on behalf of the American people right now.

Top U.S. Chamber Highlights of 2012

Among other accomplishments in 2012, the Chamber successfully lobbied for an infrastructure spending bill and legislation to enhance capital formation needed to build new businesses and create jobs.

Shale Energy Boom Creates Growth, Jobs

Study shows 3.5 million new jobs by 2035

Profiles

Where the Rubber Meets the Road on Trade

A small Nebraska town is home to a family-owned rubber manufacturer with global reach.

Fiscal Cliff: Business Leaders React

An economist, corporate CEO, and small business owner share their perspectives on the fiscal cliff.