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Dale Buss
Dale Buss is a long-time contributor to Chief Executive, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal and other top-flight business publications. He lives in Michigan.

5 Ways CEOs Can Prepare for and Maximize the Trump Presidency

Fast repeal of Obamacare, imposition of border penalties on imports, an overhaul of the national infrastructure and the adoption of comprehensive tax reform are not overnight fixes; they may take longer than anyone anticipates.

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Trump and Detroit Three Auto CEOs Begin Cobbling New Future Today

America’s “Big Three” automotive CEOs remain at the vortex of the early days of the Trump presidency as they come away from a meeting scheduled with him today trying to sort out not only the signals they’re getting from him but also their own strategies in response.

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CEOs Take Center Stage in the New Political Regime

CEOs have a critical role to play in reordering politics, fixing the parties, returning to the public square and working in the interest not only of business, but of the country at large.

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Immigration: A Focus on H1-B

Immigration may be the most-charged issue that President-elect Trump has to deal with, both politically and economically. And CEOs intend to have their say. For example, digital-tech chieftains led by Google CEO Eric Schmidt backed Hillary Clinton for president, motivated in part by the conviction that she would expand the H1-B specialty-occupation visa program. It gives thousands of jobs to ...

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Bringing the Workforce Together

External concerns will engage CEOs under a Trump administration, but in the early term they may have a more important obligation and even challenge: ensuring post-election peace inside the company.

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How American Greetings Learned to Embrace Tumultuous Change

American Greetings, like its chief competitor Hallmark, is fighting back in an era when social media has given everyone an instant platform for communicating sentiments—one that would seem to have eliminated the old-fashioned, hand-held greeting card. How does a traditional media company stay relevant and keep its business profitable?

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