Op-Ed: How America’s business leaders can restore faith in capitalism

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Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” agenda puts the American worker front and center. His experienced nominees can make his aspiration to “reward work” a reality. But to do that, they need business and investors to work together with labor and engage with the government to restore a level playing field and give workers their just share of the prosperity that they create.

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