Chris Opfer

Bloomberg BNA

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Chris Opfer is Managing Editor for Labor News at Bloomberg BNA.

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It's being reported that Donald Trump's choice to lead the Department of Labor will be Andrew Puzder, CEO of a major fast food company who strongly opposes raising the minimum wage.

Trump said to pick fast-food exec Andrew Puzder for Labor

It's being reported that Donald Trump's choice to lead the Department of Labor will be Andrew Puzder, CEO of a major fast food company who strongly opposes raising the minimum wage.

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