New York – Today, business leaders across New York called on Governor Cuomo and the State Senate to support the minimum wage increase passed last week in...
Business for a Fair Minimum Wage For Immediate Release: March 29, 2011
Contact: Bob Keener, (617) 610-6766, firstname.lastname@example.org
MARYLAND – Today nearly 60 Maryland business organizations, owners and executives endorsed legislation to raise the state’s inadequate minimum wage to $9.75 per hour by 2013...
John Shepley, Co-Owner of Emory Knoll Farms, Statement at Press Conference Launching Campaign to Raise Maryland Minimum Wage, James Senate Office Building, Annapolis, January 18, 2011
To arrange interviews with Mr. Shepley and other business people, contact Bob Keener, 617-610-6766.
John Shepley is Co-Owner...
Raising minimum wage will help economy, say national business leaders and small business owners from states affected by July 24 increase
Contact: David Lerner, Riptide Communications, 212-260-5000, news [at] businessforsharedprosperity.org
July 21, 2009, Boston, MA – Business owners across the nation are welcoming the July 24 increase in the federal minimum wage from $6.55 to $7.25. National business leaders and small business owners in states where workers are getting a raise say the increase will boost consumer buying power and promote economic recovery.
Restaurants, Retailers, Manufacturers, Healthcare Providers, Construction Companies, Hotels, Farms, Investment Firms and other Businesses Applaud Higher Minimum Wage
For Immediate Release July 26, 2007
Contact: Ateqah Khaki or David Lerner
Riptide Communications, 212.260.5000
Contrary to Conventional Wisdom, Growing Numbers of U.S. Businesses Say Increase in Minimum Wage is Good for the Bottom Line
Contact: Ateqah Khaki or David Lerner, Riptide Communications, 212.260.5000
Contact: Ateqah Khaki, Riptide Communications, 212.260.5000
Costco CEO, US Women's Chamber of Commerce, Small Business Owners Calling on Congress to Stop Holding Minimum Wage Hostage To Special Interest Lobbyists
Contact: Mahdis Keshavarz, Riptide Communications, 212.260.5000
Costco CEO, Small Business Majority, US Women's Chamber of Commerce, Business Leaders Nationwide Urge Senate To Raise Minimum Wage
Contact: Mahdis Keshavarz, Riptide Communications, 212-260-5000, email@example.com
For Immediate Release: January 19, 2007
Contact: Mahdis Keshavarz, Riptide Communications, 212-260-5000
Washington, DC -- Business owners and executives across the nation are telling Congress that a $5.15 minimum wage hurts business, workers and the economy. The House passed a clean bill to raise the minimum wage. Now, it's the Senate's turn.