The Only Texas CEO on Trump's Business Council Isn't Following Other Top Executives in Leaving It

WASHINGTON -- The only Texas CEO on a key White House business advisory panel is staying in that role despite fallout from President Donald Trump's handling of a deadly white supremacist rally in Virginia.A spokeswoman for Round Rock-based Dell Technologies indicated that chief executive Michael Dell would not join other top executives -- including Brian Krzanich of Intel, a fellow tech giant -- in leaving the council in the wake of the Charlottesville attack."There's no change in Dell engaging with the Trump administration and governments around the world to share our perspective on policy issues that affect our company, customers, and employees," the spokeswoman said, according to Marketplace and others.The White House's muted initial response to the weekend's violent rally nonetheless appears to be the latest tipping point in Trump's fraught relationship with the business community.  Continue reading...

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