The pay gap between workers and CEOs at America’s largest low-wage employers is now 670 to 1. That’s obscene.
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.
With a 22 percent poverty rate, the LGBTQ+ community needs more than rainbow flags from multi-million dollar corporations.
At the major U.S. firms that compensate workers the worst, chiefs now pocket 670 times their typical worker pay.
President Biden has the power to crack down on executive excess by imposing new CEO pay and buyback restrictions on federal contractors.
The CEOs at America’s largest low-wage employers are grabbing huge raises while workers and consumers struggle with rising costs.
Two-thirds of low-wage corporations that cut worker pay in 2021 spent billions on stock buybacks.
As is clear from the immense harm corporations continue to cause to communities of color, a racial equity audit is just the first step of many to hold these companies accountable.
Why support for capping CEO pay will only keep growing.
Mexico and many other countries are facing anti-democratic corporate lawsuits like the case that pushed Khan to withdraw from international investment agreements.
Buffalo’s baristas give us hope. Buffalo’s pols, meanwhile, are giving oligarchy our hard-earned tax dollars.
Mexican GM workers, after years of living in fear, are now feeling their own power.
Our tax dollars don’t have to be feeding executive-suite greed and grasping.
While the divestment movement is working to hold fossil fuel companies accountable, the World Bank is protecting and financing them.