Will the Davos Effect become the tipping point for a reversal of President Trump’s long and winding road to the most unpopular Presidency in recent history?
President Trump threw down the gauntlet at Davos that everyone thought he would, imploring globalist CEOs to invest in a United States that is “open for business”.
As Congress continues negotiations on approving the federal budget with the threat of a government shutdown looming, CEOs following the saga are dealing with the one thing they dislike most—uncertainty.
The move by Apple is great for our country and great for job creation.
Some CEOs wasted little time in promoting President Trump’s tax-cut bill as a win-win-win for their workers as well as for their companies – and the country as a whole.
With Congress approving sweeping reforms and President Donald Trump poised to sign the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act into law, the next step for CEOs is maximizing the benefits for themselves and their organizations.
More than half of business leaders polled the 92nd Yale CEO forum in New York City last week believe President Donald Trump should sign the proposed tax reform package expected to be approved by Congress this week into law.
The pass-through tax rate reduction could cause some reorganization and creative maneuvering as businesses wrap their heads around what will make the most financial sense moving forward.
The tax reform plan currently being discussed in Congressional committee could provide a big boost to U.S. companies – and in particular small and medium-sized manufacturers.
At the threshold of 2018, most CEOs share two outlooks: a conviction that the U.S. economy will continue to grow and even strengthen, tempered by concerns about what’s going to come out of Washington. More than anything they want tax cuts.