By James B. Kelleher and Patricia Kranz Sept 27 (Reuters) - Some of America's leading CEOs are beating a familiar path to Washington to support efforts to avert a government shutdown and raise the U.S. borrowing limit, warning lawmakers that the threat of the first debt default in the country's history is damaging the economy. The business leaders, all members of a group called "Fix the Debt," said they went to Capitol Hill last week with a ...
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