Authors Jason Jay and Gabriel Grant discuss why “there’s more and more opinion and less and less information,” and how real conversations can help break the gridlock.
The Council’s new PAC and Advocacy Practice Manager Kristin Brackemyre explains why senior leadership is taking a more active role in PAC management.
Why one company says CSR is a business imperative for both public and privately owned companies.
Trump opted out, but many companies and cities across the country said “We are still in,” reaffirming their commitment to meet greenhouse gas targets.
A new bill regarding the FEC would alter how trade association PACs solicit their corporate members. Read how.
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Just released: 2017-2018 State of Corporate Public Affairs report. Get the “non-alternative” facts with the most comprehensive report on how major corporations manage, fund, staff and evaluate their public affairs function.
The PAC community’s most comprehensive and widely used benchmarking reports are now available.
The decline in the number of congressional staff and leveling off of federal employment generally offers special challenges but also new opportunities for this one group.
What’s driving the continuing spike in CEO pay? One overlooked factor, isolated by two professors of economics, is globalization.
For the largest corporations in the world, charitable giving and higher shareholder value go hand-in-hand.
From political campaign worker to public affairs executive: How a girl from Argentina became a VP at AARP.