Analysis: Millennials and global consumers push U.S. companies to get political

By Ross Kerber and Jessica DiNapoli BOSTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) – A push to attract young and diverse talent and global consumers is behind some of corporate America’s willingness to speak out on politically charged issues like Georgia’s new voting law, executives and corporate governance experts said. Georgia’s decision last month to strengthen identification requirements for absentee ballots and make it a misdemeanor to offer food and water to voters waiting in line, among other changes, drew condemnation from many U.S. companies this week, including Microsoft Corp and Citigroup. A number of c…

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