Why A&D CEOs May Be Happy To No Longer Counsel Trump

by Michael Bruno
Aug 16, 2017

Few in the business world are likely to read much more from the rapid disintegration of President Donald Trump’s business councils today beyond CEOs making an astute public relations move. By now, the reasons to quit the councils publicly, or quietly support their dissolution, are obvious: there is too much blowback from Trump’s response to what happened in Charlottesville, Virginia. And, as business columnists from Bloomberg to the Wall Street Journal were pointing out in ...

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