Fast-food CEO Andrew Puzder was tabbed by President-elect Donald Trump today as his secretary of labor. If confirmed, Puzder would bring an anti-regulation attitude to the DOL.Read more
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Scrappy is such a good word. It’s not pushy. It’s not aggressive. It’s the East Side Kids crackin’ wise, beating…
Fast-food CEO Andrew Puzder was tabbed by President-elect Donald Trump today as his secretary of labor. If confirmed, Puzder would bring an anti-regulation attitude to the DOL.
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