The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation is dedicated to promoting initiatives that grow our nation's economy.
Read the Foundation's report, The Growth Imperative, for more information about the importance of faster economic growth.
A Chinese development group is working on the world's largest canal, stretching 172 miles across Nicaragua.
This roundtable, presented in partnership between the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and Sealed Air, is part of the pre-conference programming for the Foundation's 2015 Corporate Citizenship Conference. The event is free to attend for those attending the conference and those who are not attending.
The political fights of the last decade have distracted us from what should be, in my view, the central issue of our policy debates—reviving economic growth. First quarter 2015 growth of just 0.2% comes on the heels of a lackluster 2014, when the economy grew just 2.4%.
WASHINGTON, D.C.— The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation today announced a two-year initiative to engage the American business community on the overlap of health and economic opportunity.
Our nation's economic growth rate still lags behind the historical norm. What does this mean for our future and the American Dream?
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation senior advisor John R. McKernan Jr. will outline the implications of slow economic growth at the 2015 Advocacy Summit hosted by the Longview Chamber of Commerce.
McKernan and other U.S. Chamber of Commerce represenatives will discuss the new research paper, The Growth Imperative, that explains the need for faster growth in America.
A Q&A session with Utah Gov. Gary Herbert, Lane Beattie, president and CEO of the Salt Lake City Chamber of Commerce, and John McKernan, president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.