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|Day's Range||206.62 - 208.63|
|52 Week Range||163.85 - 214.57|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||25.14|
|Dividend & Yield||4.70 (2.27%)|
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The schism that has opened between Corporate America and President Trump might look like an outlier, but in fact, big business has increasingly parted ways with Republicans on noneconomic issues, writes ...
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK, Aug 16 (Reuters) - President Donald Trump announced the disbanding of two high-profile business advisory councils on Wednesday after several chief executives quit in protest over his remarks blaming weekend violence in Virginia not only on white nationalists but also on anti-racism activists who opposed them. A parade of prominent Republicans and U.S. ally Britain also rebuked Trump after his comments on Tuesday about the bloodshed in the college town of Charlottesville further enveloped his seven-month-old presidency in controversy, paralyzed his policy aims and left him increasingly isolated. Trump announced the dissolution of the American Manufacturing Council and Strategic and Policy Forum, whose members included some leading American business figures, after eight executives including Campbell Soup Co CEO Denise Morrison and 3M Co CEO Inge Thulin quit the panels.
Leaders at GE, 3M, Campbell Soup and United Technologies said Wednesday they were resigning from a White House council on manufacturing. As the news unfolded President Trump tweeted that he was disbanding ...