Big Business and Wall Street aren't afraid of Joe Biden
Leadership Now Academic Adviser Deepak Malhotra is quoted.
Corporate America has reaped the benefits of a Trump presidency that produced lower taxes and regulations. But Wall Street and business leaders are just fine with former Vice President Joe Biden, with some prioritizing a steady set of hands after the turmoil of the Trump era.
"There is a growing sense that for business to do well, [and] for the economy to do well and to grow, you need a government that's functional," Harvard Business School professor Deepak Malhotra told me.
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