Leading Conservative Investment Group Scores Major Victory Over Apple

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Free Enterprise Project Resolution – Designed to Increase Ideological Diversity of Apple’s Board – Will Go to Shareholder Vote on March 1 Proxy Advisory Firm ISS Slammed for Hypocrisy and Bias in Refusing to Support Diversity Proposal Washington, D.C. – ...
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Hope for Ideological Diversity at Apple

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In “a stunning rebuke,” the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has sided with the National Center by forcing Apple to include the Free Enterprise Project’s shareholder proposal calling for ideological diversity among its board of directors. This proposal will ...
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Philadelphia Soda Tax More Revenge Than Reform

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Maybe the Arnold Foundation wasn’t as effective in promoting and protecting the Philadelphia soda tax as was previously suggested. The federal indictment of a Philadelphia union leader and city councilman has shown that the city’s 1.5-cents-per-ounce tax on sugary beverages – ...
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FEP Takes Bite Out of Apple’s Rotten Logic

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Apple shareholders have an opportunity to bring more ideological diversity to the company’s board of directors thanks for the hard work of the National Center’s Free Enterprise Project (FEP). Through both proxy ballots and in-person ballots at Apple's annual investor meeting ...
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Intuit – Maker of QuickBooks and TurboTax – Sponsors Planned Parenthood

Intuit (maker of products like QuickBooks, TurboTax, ProConnect and Mint) is a financial supporter of Planned Parenthood, a top provider of abortion services in the United States. According to 2ndVote: Intuit directly matches gifts to Planned Parenthood. Intuit contributes to United Way chapter(s) that donate to ...
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Intuit’s Support for Abortion Industry and Anti-Religious Organization Under Fire

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Parent Company of TurboTax and QuickBooks Questioned Over Support of Planned Parenthood and Out and Equal Pro-Life Americans Must Contact Companies that Fund the Abortion Industry to Effect Change Mountain View, CA/ Washington, D.C. – Intuit CEO Sasan Goodarzi was ...
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Philly Soda Tax Loses Fizz as Grocer Closes Shop in Food Desert

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Philadelphia’s special tax on sugary beverages is blamed for the closure of a grocery store serving one of the city’s “food deserts.” This tax, the first in a major city, was criticized in a National Center commentary that recently appeared in ...
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Health Care Rationing Fears Revived With the Arnold Foundation’s Help

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Even though ObamaCare’s controversial Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) was abolished earlier this year, the fear of future rationed health care in America remains alive and kicking. While IPAB will not be responsible for it, the relationship between the Institute for ...
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Arnold Foundation Sweet on Making Your Drinks More Expensive

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Enron billionaire John Arnold has said he’s libertarian, but National Center Vice President David W. Almasi claims Arnold’s funding of soda tax activism is “a de facto luxury tax” that amounts to “social engineering.” In a commentary distributed by InsideSources, David points out ...
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Anti-Gun Stance Yields More Bad News for Dick’s Sporting Goods

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It was another bad earnings report from Dick’s Sporting Goods, coming almost six months after the National Center’s Free Enterprise Project (FEP) first warned CEO Ed Stack that the retailer had made a poor decision by restricting all interested customers from ...
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