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BP to Chamber: Were Staying

In a speech at the Oil & Money Conference in London, BP CEO Tony Hayward urged for a strong private/government partnership to implement a comprehensive cap-and-trade system.  That’s a polar opposite stance to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s own anti cap-and-trade position. On […]

Dear U.S. Chamber, Stop Talking

Hey Tom, shush… Does the U.S. Chamber of Commerce have a single crisis PR specialist on staff? How about anyone who’s ever worked in public relations at all? The Chamber’s leadership has been fumbling around in the dark since the country’s most powerful […]

U.S. Chamber to EPA: See You in Court

U.S. Chamber's Tom Donohue wants revenge… The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is taking the Obama administration to court to block the regulation of greenhouse gas emissions through the Clean Air Act. The Chamber, which has established itself as a foe of the White […]

U.S. Chamber of Commerces Tom Donohue Now Claims Renewable Energy Legislation Kill Jobs [Video]

Tom Donohue, remember him? He’s the controversial President of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, whose opposition to cap-and-trade lead to a mass exodus of key and powerful members, including Pacific Gas and Electric and Exelon. Donohue is stubborn. In a speech yesterday, outlining […]