Corporate boards are asking us to blame sky-high CEO pay on the laws of supply and demand.
A Pennsylvania county goes up against a giant of the private prison industry and comes out victorious.
For Main Street small businesses, the benefits of the Tax Act are peanuts. Nearly half of all the savings go to people making over $1 million a year.
Executives have a powerful incentive to cheat their workers: to pad their own exorbitant paychecks.
PACs aren’t sitting well with left-leaning voters, leading candidates to move away from a reliance on corporate funding.
The retail industry lobby doesn’t want transparency on pay gaps. Fortunately, it’s now easier to find out for yourself whether companies are sharing the wealth.
Surprise! Corporations and billionaires are paying way less in taxes, with some profitable corporations paying nothing at all.
Huge tax cuts for energy corporations have left state school budgets broke.
Corporate public relations teams extol bonuses to pump up the Republican re-election effort, but many people will end up unemployed.
Honeywell has just revealed a 333:1 gap between the compensation of the 143,000-employee firm’s top executive and most typical workers.
In this video, Sarah Anderson talks about the CEOs who announced that after the GOP’s tax giveaway they’d be cutting jobs, not creating them.
We can use this bill as a catalyst for the next wave of tax-fairness and economic-justice organizing.
The gala, like the Trump tax plan, caters to the wealthy at the expense of everyone else.
A failed experiment left the state with underfunded schools, gaps in public services—and lessons for the rest of us.
Here and abroad, Trump’s wealthy backers understand that his populist rhetoric is a masquerade.