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When CEOs sound more like the president than the actual president

The statements came in first with a bang, then a softening -- and finally an implosion. One by one, the nation's corporate titans weighed in on President Trump’s rhetoric following the violent protests in Charlottesville with their own lofty calls to American values and leadership ideals. Merck CEO Ken Frazier lit the spark, calling for America’s […]
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