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Corporate Lobbyists Notch Win in SEC Walk-Back on Proxy Advisers

Bloomberg Law
The withdrawal of the SEC letters could help the bill’s supporters achieve their goals without Congress. “It’s a great first step toward genuine reform of the way these proxy advisory firms have exerted their influence over corporate governance matters,” said Tim Doyle, vice president and general counsel of American Council for Capital Formation, which supports the bill.

West Lake Landfill: Another Pruitt decision that Wheeler should clean up

The Hill
The Trump administration should follow a clear-eyed, non-politicized approach that protects workers and residents in the Show Me State and elsewhere from unnecessary exposure, illness, and decades of tragedy-based litigation.

Stephen Moore: The threat of tariffs may work

Creators Syndicate
The threat of tariffs is leading to lower tariffs. The irony is that if President Trump keeps winning this way, he may actually end up being one of the champions of freer trade.

Sweating the Auto Details of Trump’s Trade Deal with Mexico

New publication from Peterson Institute for International Economics on President Trump's trade deal.

Investing pioneer Burton Malkiel: Don’t worry about the yield-curve recession indicator

Investing pioneer Burton Malkiel believes investors shouldn't worry too much about a key recession indicator...

The real reason you’re not getting a pay raise

The economy is growing strongly, the unemployment rate has been at or below 4.5 percent...

An Inverted Yield Curve May Not Portend Doom

The Wall Street Journal
How worried should investors and policy makers be about the possibility of an inverted yield...

ACCF Urges Inclusion of ISDS in NAFTA 2.0

ACCF Urges Inclusion of ISDS in NAFTA 2.0 Investor protections ensure that U.S. companies are treated...

Poorer and richer states shouldn’t be held to the same greenhouse gas standards

A rare coalition of environmental and industry groups as well as lawmakers from both sides...

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    There is a longstanding claim that social and environmental (E&S) shareholder proposals are beneficial for investors. However, a new study found that neither public companies nor their shareholders see financial benefit from a shareholder proposal process that is used to promote a political agenda. Continue reading
    Tim Doyle
  • Investor-State Dispute Settlement is Critical to NAFTA
    The Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) is a critical component of NAFTA that must be preserved to protect over the border investments. There needs to be a binding and credible mechanism with which any dispute can be handled. Continue reading
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