Patagonia Lawsuit Against Trump Ratchets Up Growing Trend Of CEO Activism
The clothing retailer Patagonia is suing the Trump administration after its decision to shrink two national monuments in Utah.
Researchers say it’s another example of companies taking a more public stance over the past year on political and social issues. Here & Now‘s Robin Young speaks with Aaron Chatterji, associate professor of business and public policy at Duke University.
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