U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Litigation Funder Strikes Back at Chamber of Commerce
The CEO of a litigation finance firm decries the chamber's stance, which he says is unfair to small and midsize companies with limited financial resources.
White House Shelves Obama’s Equal Pay Rule
The move to block additional wage data reporting requirements is "an all-out attack on equal pay," a women's rights advocate says.
Chamber Urges SEC to Nix Auditor Disclosure Rule
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board’s proposal would spawn confusion and liability, according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
A Vote of Confidence for the PCAOB?
SEC Chairman Jay Clayton praises James Doty’s decision to stay on while the PCAOB starts to fill four vacant posts.
Banks, Companies Partner on Cyber-Ratings Principles
An industrywide, common approach would increase confidence in the ratings, they say.
OSHA Delays Workplace Injury Reporting Rule
The new Labor Secretary is "weighing in on the side of big corporate lobbyists and not on the side of workers in dangerous industries," a critic says.
Congress Revives Ex-Im Bank for 4 Years
The Senate's vote to renew the bank's charter ends a battle over its future that pitted GOP conservatives against business groups.
Chamber Urges Reform of SEC In-House Trials
Business group is seeking stronger due-process protections for defendants, but SEC says proposed reforms would weaken enforcement.
Business-Backed Cyber Bill Getting Down to the Wire
The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) would give companies legal liability protections when they share cyber threat data with the government.