With pressure bearing down on Washington to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff, business leaders around the country have been stepping up in support of a compromise to cut federal spending and raise more tax revenue. Robert Pozen, the former mutual fund executive and economic chief under Governor Mitt Romney, said there’s growing agreement that, “You’ve got to have a core of revenue and a core of long-term spending cuts.”
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