Verizon is the poster child for corporate irresponsibility.
While foreclosures have devastated the financial security of millions of American families, the CEOs of Wells Fargo and Bank of America have seen their retirement packages balloon.
Political commentators on MSNBC’s morning news talk show agreed that the forty-year trend of rising executive compensation is “obscene” and that Citigroup shareholders have a right to be upset.
Astronomic compensation remains the norm on Wall Street.
You take the risks, they reap the profits.
Senate Budget Committee Hearing with Sarah Anderson: Assessing Inequality, Mobility, and Opportunity
Sarah Anderson, Institute for Policy Studies, will address the United States Senate Committee on the Budget on Thursday.
Whether they manage football pageants or Ford Motor Co., these guys remind us how much needs to change, economically and politically, in 2012 and beyond.
The rich and their handlers are doing a good deal more than rethink security. They’re recalibrating their ideological defenses.
With a small army of lobbyists, WIN America corporations twist politicians into giving them tax breaks that hurt the rest of us.
There are 46.2 million Americans living in poverty.
IPS is putting tax dodging corporations on the ropes.
Bailout baron accused of bilking public pension funds.
It’s unlikely that Eric Cantor’s continuous defense of tax breaks for so-called “job creators” takes into account job-destroying, tax-dodging CEOs.
If there were an Olympics for tax dodging, General Electric would sweep the gold. Last year GE reaped $3.3 billion in federal income tax refunds, despite more than $5 billion in U.S. profits
Phone customers paid more to Uncle Sam than the telecom giant Verizon.