Protecting CEOs' Wallets

Chamber Protects CEOs not Jobs
U.S. Chamber’s Tax Repatriation Holiday

Windfall for Chamber company CEOs, not jobs for Americans.


Local Chambers vs. U.S. Chamber

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Local Chambers Are Distancing from the U.S. Chamber

Since 2009, over 50 local chambers have quit or denounced the U.S. Chamber for its partisanship and extremism. 


Buying Its Political Agenda

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U.S. Chamber Buys GOP Congressional Agenda for its Top Corporate Funders

Pledging $75 Million, the U.S. Chamber bought the 112th Congress - and its agenda - for its corporate funders.

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Inside Chamber's Political Machine

U.S. Chamber Watch, allies ask IRS to investigate Chamber's tax fraud
U.S. Chamber Watch, allies ask IRS to investigate Chamber's tax fraud

Did the Chamber commit tax fraud to shill for AIG during the 2004 election?


Laundering Corporate Cash

Who Pays for the Chamber’s TV Ads?

The Chamber spends millions on TV ad campaigns opposing reform. But it has never revealed who supplies the cash.


Just In

Whose opportunity does U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donohue talk about when he talks about opportunity?

The Chamber’s policies might give the largest corporations the opportunity to grow, but that is often not the same thing as growth and opportunity for the American people. After-tax corporate profits in the third quarter topped 11 percent of GDP for the first time since the records started in 1947. But everyday Americans aren’t doing so well, with real median household income declining 4.4 percent since 2009.

When the Chamber opposes increasing minimum wages to coincide with growth in productivity and the economy overall, one must ask whose growth and opportunity the Chamber is pushing for.