Gas Tax Need-To-Knows

The U.S. Chamber has long believed that implementing a modest increase in the motor vehicle fuel user fee (also known as the gas tax) is the simplest, fairest, and most effective way to raise the money that America needs to fund critical upgrades to our roads,...

Transatlantic Trade Powers Prosperity

While the rise of emerging markets from Asia and Africa to the Americas has captured attention in recent years, it’s easy to overlook that the United States and the European Union remain the world’s largest — and in many ways, most prosperous — economies. What’s more,...

The Time to Reform the CFPB is Now

Tomorrow, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) Acting Director Mick Mulvaney will testify before the House Financial Services Committee on his first semi-annual report highlighting the Bureau’s work since he took the helm. This Thursday, he will testify...

Shared Trade Goals Require Partnership

By: Thomas J. Donohue (U.S. Chamber of Commerce President) U.S. trade policy has continued to make global headlines in recent weeks with multiple high-stakes issues coming to the fore all at once. It’s more important than ever for the American business community to...

How Pay Ratio Strikes Out

Baseball, a sport driven by statistics and numerical analytics, got rid of a stat because it failed to provide meaningful information. Public companies now have their own version of the game-winning RBI statistic, and it is known as “pay ratio.” The statistic comes...