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Obama: Corporate community always complains about regulation

by Hot Stock Minute 2:44 mins

Obama: Corporate community always complains about regulation

by Hot Stock Minute 2:44 mins

In an interview with the Economist, President Obama said corporate America has done well under his economic policies, should show greater social responsibility and doesn't have a right to complain because they've done so well.

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