Microsoft Talks Corporate Spending in Politics

Posted by Jeff Meisner
Editor, Microsoft on the Issues

Dan Bross, Senior Director, Corporate Citizenship at Microsoft, sat down recently with Marcel Bucsescu, Manager of Corporate Leadership at The Conference Board, to talk about the goals of the newly-formed Committee on Corporate Political Spending, of which Microsoft is a member.

During the interview, Dan covered Microsoft’s political reporting principles, commitment to stakeholder dialogue, open disclosure on trade association engagement and the importance of corporate governance and transparency in political giving by corporations. On May 15, Dan will speak at the Conference Board Corporate Political Spending Conference in Washington, D.C. as part of Microsoft’s ongoing engagement in this important dialogue.

Comments (2)

  1. American Worker says:

    Thanks to the restrictions on H1B Visa workers I actually have a job as a contractor at Microsoft. Microsoft does not have America's back when it comes to hiring americans. How pathetic.

  2. Rob says:

    Corporate Spending needs to be properly monitored to avoid greed and corruption in every work place in the USA, including all spending on every level of government. We need more accountability and responsibility in our nation. We need more transparency and more open government on every level.

    We need to set the right examples by doing the right thing.

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