Hey all you CEOs that threatened to fire workers if Obama won reelection, what now?
In the months leading up to the presidential election, a number of chief executives -- some directly, some with a bit more tact -- called on their workers to vote for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney or face the potentially dire consequences. The movement was the result of two distinct forces -- the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision, which made such declarations legal, and a June conference call in which Romney himself asked employers to let their true feelings known.
They cited Obamacare. They cited taxes. But no more citations are needed- - it's now time to make some decisions. Will these CEOs put their money where their mouths once were?