A bipartisan group of CEOs, academics and policymakers have joined forces to launch the Commission for Inclusive Capitalism.

Later today, the group — which includes former Council of Economic Advisors chairs Glenn Hubbard and Laura Tyson, Markle Foundation President Zoë Baird, TIAA CEO and former Federal Reserve vice chair Roger Ferguson, former U.S. Congressman Steve Bartlett (R-Texas) and more than a dozen others — will release 21 policy and business practice recommendations ‘for the inclusion of the American worker in our nation’s sustained recovery and economic growth.’”

Read more at Politico.

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