New federal contracting standards could incentivize corporations to narrow the economic divides that undermine employee morale and business effectiveness.
This provision of the Inflation Reduction Act will discourage corporations from siphoning resources from worker wages and productive investments for share repurchases that inflate CEO pay.
Superstar Juan Soto gets a new team. His fans get heartbreak. His owners get richer.
An Institute for Policy Studies analysis of the progressive tax proposed by incoming Colombian President Gustavo Petro would impact a small percentage of the nation’s wealthiest while raising millions to address widening inequality.
Rising like monsters from the deep, donor-advised funds (DAFs) have finally caught up with foundations as the wealthy donor’s charitable warehousing vehicle of choice — and are poised to eclipse them.
The paper’s ‘corporate effectiveness’ lens mischaracterizes the views of management visionary Peter Drucker on pay equity and employee empowerment.
Artisans rely on Etsy to market their creations, but the platform’s profit-maximizing policies hurt more than they help. Here’s why the sellers went on strike.
To end the tax games rich people play, we need more oomph than isolated officials can deliver.
A promising new national campaign is aiming to ‘TURN’ around a profoundly unequal USA.
Giving USA 2022 is the gold-standard report on charitable giving in the United States. But this year’s story glosses over two important pieces of long-term context: what has happened to the giving capacity of typical Americans, and where much of the charitable giving has actually gone.
The November ballot in Camden may include a proposal to require companies to report how many jobs they’re creating for residents of the low-income city.
With a 22 percent poverty rate, the LGBTQ+ community needs more than rainbow flags from multi-million dollar corporations.
In L.A., 1 percenters currently pay less than a 1 percent city tax on the mansions they make millions selling.
Our tax loopholes let marginal and arbitrary differences in facts give rise to markedly different tax outcomes.
Pandemic disparities have driven workers at Starbucks and several other low-wage employers to demand a fair reward for their labor.