Leadership in Action.
U.S. corporations play a vital role in American society as engines of creativity, innovation and economic opportunity. The long-term success of these companies and the U.S. economy depends on businesses investing in the economic security of their employees and the communities in which they operate. From offering competitive wages and benefits to developing training programs to enrich the skills of students and adult workers, leading U.S. employers are creating opportunities for Americans to secure well-paying jobs and build fulfilling careers.
BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE CEOS ARE RESPONDING TO COVID-19.
The CEOs of America’s leading companies recognize the magnitude of the COVID-19 crisis and are focused on ways to support employees, customers, communities and the country.
Business Roundtable Calls on Congress to Pass Bipartisan Policing Reform Before August Recess.
Business Roundtable Special Committee for Racial Equity and Justice.
OUR COMMITMENT TO OUR EMPLOYEES AND COMMUNITIES.
Making an Impact.
Business Roundtable members annually.
More than 15 million people.
More than $8 billion in charitable contributions.
Nearly $147 billion annually in research and development.
Nearly $296 billion in dividends to shareholders.
More than $488 billion in revenues for small and medium-sized businesses.
Health care and retirement benefits to tens of millions of Americans and their families.
*statistics based on 2017 data.
UP TO THE CHALLENGE.
Fueled by the promise of opportunity and the power of innovation, the United States has built the world’s most vibrant, diverse and dynamic economy. Our nation’s future prosperity and competitiveness now depends on meeting pressing economic challenges we face today.
Supporting Free and Fair Trade.
Free and fair trade is vital to American economic prosperity. We rely on mutually beneficial trade relationships with our neighbors near and far because open, two-way trade and investment means more opportunity for every America.
Rebuilding America’s Economic Foundation.
Once a national economic asset, America’s deteriorating infrastructure now stands as one of the largest impediments to strong and sustained economic growth. Our nation’s long-term competitiveness depends on addressing these pressing infrastructure needs today.