By Marc DeCourcey
Leadership Corner: General Foundation
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation will host some of the top young entrepreneurs as part of a national competition with scholarships and other prizes on the line at America’s Small Business Summit on June 8 in Washington, D.C.
By Eric Eversole, President, Hiring Our Heroes
As each day goes by, I never stop being amazed at how the Hiring Our Heroes program and the team continue to develop in ways that would have been unimaginable when this initiative got off the ground.
By Rich Cooper
If you could go back in time and talk to a 17-year-old you, what would you say? It sounds like the premise for a country song or even a comedy film, but it’s a serious question when you think about preparing for the future.
Carol B. Hallett, Of Counsel to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, offers her thoughts on the 14th Annual Aviation Summit.
The topic of economic growth has been in the news lately, and I am glad to see it’s getting attention.
I’m not the type of person who makes a long list of resolutions every time I get a new calendar. I find it easier to select one or two big things to focus on in the new year, and that usually sets me off on the right path.
When I was in government and in the private sector, I always took time at the end of each year to reflect on the accomplishments of the state government or the company I was running. More often than not, I found myself surprised at our ability to overcome challenges and move forward.
Visitors entering the lobby of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce during the holiday season immediately see a pair of small decorated trees. We call them the Giving Trees, because employees select ornaments with gift suggestions for local children in need.