As an engineer working for a global communications networking company, I cannot overstate the value of having a good education. My teenage son, however, is more amazed by the fact that I was schooled during the “B.C. era” -- before computers.
The U.S. ranks first in a ranking of nations in their support of high-potential women.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Corporate Citizenship Center convened representatives from corporations, non-profits, and the public sector to discuss how nutrition and wellness are critical to making our cities better off economically and socially.
Good news for U.S. readers, you already live in the top country for women entrepreneurs!
Enterprising states are driving stronger economic growth and job creation despite many anti-business and anti-growth policies coming from the federal government.
A pair of teens from Rochester, NY beat out five other contestants at the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) National Saunders Scholars Competition co-hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.
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North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory fields countless calls from companies looking to set up shop in his state. He faces the same inquiry nearly every time.
“The first question we get is, ‘do you have the talent?’” he said.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation President John McKernan, former governor of Maine, led a panel discussion focusing on the skills gap and the results of the latest Enterprising States study. Governors from Utah and North Carolina took part.