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Charles Schwab Corp. zigs, then zags to get out from under Trump riot scandal, shuttering PAC for good after suspending contributions; money headed for charities

The Westlake, Texas company is dismantling and liquidating its PAC after 'questionable tactics and misleading claims' forced its hand, it claimed.

Author Brooke Southall and Keith Girard January 14, 2021 at 3:41 AM
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Schwab: 'It is a sad byproduct of the current political climate that some now resort to using questionable tactics and misleading claims to attack companies like ours.'

Sammy

Sammy

January 14, 2021 — 8:49 PM
Nothing relevant here. Let the dogs walk if they must. Best wishes letting emotions run your decision-making.

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