Be sure first to read appleopenletter.com to see how corporations such as Apple are violating Federal labor laws.
Why do CEOs have any say in US politics? Corporations don’t vote.
This is just more proof that the US gov’t is not owned by American voters, but by Wall St., banks, corporate lobbies.
Why even continue with the charade of elections?
Let’s just have CEOs pick the next President. They already own the country.
This is election tampering + collusion. Every CEO who engages in it should be arrested immediately. Totally illegal.
Yale’s business professor Jeffrey Sonnenfeld who arranged the meeting must also be arrested immediately.
CEOs do not have any say in elections. Neither do college professors. Only American voters do.
The media does not determine elections. The media has no say in determining who the winner is.
Why do we even have these agencies if they will not do their jobs?
The CEOs want their cheap labor via immigration. And they are going to get it – even if they have to break the law.
And our old corrupt friends, the Business Roundtable were involved too. No surprise.
Corporations collude to rig labor markets + elections. The entire system is rigged in corporations’ favor.
Apple and Starbucks of course, are 2 of the most notorius illegal-alien-hiring corporations in America.
“WASHINGTON (AP) — Only a few of America’s CEOs have made public statements about President Donald Trump’s refusal to accept his election loss, but in private, many are alarmed and talking about what collective action would be necessary if they see an imminent threat to democracy.
On Nov. 6, more than two dozen CEOs of major U.S. corporations took part in a video conference to discuss what to do if Trump refuses to leave office or takes other steps to stay in power beyond the scheduled Jan. 20 inauguration of former Vice President Joe Biden. On Saturday Biden was declared the election winner by The Associated Press and other news organizations.
On Saturday, the day after the video meeting, the Business Roundtable, a group that represents the most powerful companies in America, including Walmart, Apple, Starbucks and General Electric, put out a statement congratulating Biden and his running mate, Kamala Harris. It largely reflected the conversation from Friday’s video meeting, saying the group respects Trump’s right to seek recounts and call for investigations where evidence exists”.