Domino’s CEO David Brandon, also a U-M Regent who leads the group on my list of the Regent’s political giving with his generous donations to a wide variety of conservative causes and candidates has announced he’ll continue to lead that company. The AP story is good, but they seem to be a little confused, saying: “Brandon doesn’t rule out a run for office someday.” Elected on a statewide basis to operate what is legally an independent branch of state government, isn’t serving as University Regent a public office? It also occurs to me, if the CEO has a contract defining the terms of his employment, why are so many members and policies of his Republican Party hostile towards allowing lower-paid employees to also negotiate employment contracts?

> AP: “Domino’s CEO extends contract for 5 years”
> Regent Brandon’s Political Giving, 1990-2002

Author: Rob