Washington Wire on the Framework for Inclusive Capitalism

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A GROUP OF BUSINESS LEADERS along with lawmakers of both parties unveiled on Wednesday a series of policy proposals aimed at creating better jobs, building up low-wage workers through training, and sharing companies’ wealth with employees and their communities. The Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism—which includes businesswoman Lynn Forester de Rothschild, corporate board director Ursula Burns and TIAA Chief Executive Roger Ferguson—was joined by Democratic Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia and Ohio Republican Sen. Rob Portman to lay out 21 recommendations focused on paying people a living wage, ensuring the health and safety of employees, and diversity and inclusion measures.

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