Two top U.S. business lobbies plan to publicly break with President Barack Obama over imposing more sanctions on Russia because of the crisis in Ukraine after the White House rebuffed their objections.
Two top U.S. business lobbies are preparing to publicly break with President Barack Obama over the prospects of more sanctions against Russia after months of quietly raising their objections with the White House.
Republicans defended Mitt Romney against criticism from Democrats that he avoided taxes by keeping money stashed overseas. Those roles are now reversed with the disclosure that President Barack Obama’s pick to run the Commerce Department does the same thing.
If Penny Pritzker is picked to serve as U.S. commerce secretary, she’ll bring a resume showing a full range of business experiences -- success, failures, tax lawsuits and even squabbling among heirs over trust funds.