The growing use of data to evaluate the economy can play a big role in how lawmakers craft policy.
As the use of mobile devices, computers, cloud storing, and more rise, so does the issue of privacy regulation.
One economist argues that we're in for 25 years of stagnation. But he underestimates the power of information technology in spurring economic growth.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation was busy in 2015.
That's why we're proud to reveal a new video outlining our work last year, which focused on how businesses can do well, do good, and prepare for the future.
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