WSJ does a CEO Council every fall in Washington, D.C, and this year is no different.
Carlos Slim, Rupert Murdoch, Ratan Tata and Christina Romer are among the speakers slated for The Wall Street Journal’s CEO Council Nov. 16-17. More than 100 CEOs gather at the Four Seasons in Washington, D.C., to discuss how to “rebuild global prosperity” and develop a set of priorities for the economy, education, the environment and health care. Check WSJ.com for updates, including video.
Last year the resounding issue that Americans were concerned about was the economy coming in at a whopping 77%, but there still is no help on the horizon for small businesses.
It is amazing to me to watch Rahm Emanuel believe his own rhetoric about not wanting to be involved with banks or car companies, and about setting regulation and getting out of the way of the private sector after everything that has been done in the last year, and everything that Barney Frank is about to unleash on the financial sector.
“You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. An opportunity to do things you think you could not do before…”