WASHINGTON — A coalition of chief executive officers from 21 companies, including Macy’s Inc. and Gap Inc., sent a letter to the leaders of the two tax writing committees in the House and Senate, reiterating their call for corporate tax reform and a lower corporate tax rate.
Terry J. Lundgren, Macy’s chairman, president and ceo; Glenn Murphy, chairman and ceo of Gap, and Matthew Shay, president and ceo of the National Retail Federation joined the other corporate leaders in pressing for tax reform to spur economic growth and job creation. They are members of the Reforming America’s Taxes Equitably Coalition.
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