By making it mandatory for corporations to disclose the gap between what they pay their chief executives and most typical workers, the government will empower investors and consumers to compare individual corporations by their level of CEO greed.
Marge Baker sizes up the next big campaign-finance case before the Supreme Court.
50th Anniversary of the Institute for Policy Studies features celebrities, workshops, gala, reunion, food, and dancing
Speakers include Seymour Hersh, Harry Belafonte, and Amy Goodman
President Obama’s decision to ask Congress for authorization to use military force against Syria set the stage for a resurgent anti-war movement that cohered quickly – and won an extraordinary, unforeseen victory.
Why should we maintain our grossly expensive military-industrial complex when tax dollars are so desperately needed at home?
IPS executive compensation experts available to comment on SEC rule released today.
Saru Jayaraman calls on Congress to raise the “sub-minimum” wage.
IPS executive compensation experts available to comment on SEC rules expected Wednesday
Two U.S. initiatives to provide Africans with electricity seem likely to lead to large, climate-polluting projects rather than the locally sourced renewable energy rural Africa needs.
He had a knack for turning newfound acquaintances into soulmates that shines through a flood of tributes and obituaries in the mainstream and alternative media.
Remembering Saul Landau, 1936-2013
The federal sub-minimum wage for tipped workers helps large restaurant corporations and their CEOs pad their bottom lines while trapping millions of American workers in economic insecurity.
Coal is a bad investment – for the poorest, for those consuming the power, for the World Bank, and more broadly, for all of us.
John Kerry may have just accidentally earned himself a Nobel Peace Prize.
Rather than addressing the reasons for the increase in homelessness, the city of Columbia has given its homeless a choice: either vacate to a designated emergency shelter, or go to prison.