In a special edition of The Bottom Line podcast, Rick Wartzman talks to Mike Jackson, former CMO at GM, about how companies should react to Charlottesville—and the president.
As Mike Jackson watched one CEO after another resign in recent days from Donald Trump’s manufacturing advisory council, he wasn’t surprised. If ever there was a clear-cut issue for corporate leaders to take a stand on, this was it: the president of the United States, in the wake of terror perpetrated by white supremacists in Charlottesville, Va.
A set of talking points the White House offered as a guide for President Donald Trump's supporters had a singular message on the fallout from a violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville: "The president was entirely correct....
Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier appeared to resign over President Donald Trump's immediate response to Charlottesville protest violence. Video provided by Newsy
The CEO of the nation's third largest pharmaceutical company resigned from a manufacturing council that advises President Donald Trump days after racially tinged clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon addressed President Donald Trump's reaction to the weekend violence in Charlottesville, Virginia and his participation in the now disbanded Strategic and Policy Forum in a memo to staff obtained by Business ...