Gina Raimondo’s Vision for Corporate America

Bloomberg Gina Raimondos Vision For Corporate America

In the world according to Gina Raimondo, corporate America is most successful when every household has health insurance, day care, early child education, broadband, job training and access to a growing supply of semiconductors made in the U.S. The former Rhode Island governor, treasurer and venture capitalist, who became the 40th secretary of Commerce a year ago in March at the age of 50, “bristles” when data shows these “investments in American productivity” are misjudged as “social programs.” 

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