Building the Stakeholder State

Welcome to the Capital Note, a newsletter about business, finance, and economics. On the menu today: corporatism in action, trusting China ...

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Building the Stakeholder State

Welcome to the Capital Note, a newsletter about business, finance, and economics. On the menu today: corporatism in action, trusting China on the environment, the rise of retail investors (continued), France moves toward a ban on short-haul flights, coffee and interstates. To sign up for the Capital Note, follow this link.

Corporations, Corporatism, and Democracy
After all the discussion around corporate involvement in the debate over voting laws in Georgia and Texas, Michigan is now coming into focus:

The New York Times:

The chief executives of 30 of Michigan's largest companies, including Ford, General Motors and Quicken Loans, announced their opposition on Tuesday to changes in the state's election laws that would make voting harder — an apparent effort to get ahead of the issue, rather than come under pressure after laws are passed, as happened to two big Georgia-based companies, Coca-Cola and Delta Air Lines.

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