In California, a trailblazing move to a much more union-conscious tomorrow.
A new report reveals how stock buybacks have inflated CEO paychecks and widened pay gaps at the 100 largest low-wage corporations.
These “Low Wage 100” large corporations are enriching CEOs at the expense of both workers and taxpayers.
60 years after the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, the racial wealth divide persists.
Why are our planet’s finest hoopsters bricking free throws? Pals of plutocrats have a convenient explanation.
From laws targeting fossil fuel protests to the crackdown on Stop Cop City activists, corporations are calling in militarized law enforcement to crush dissent.
The Supreme Court is erasing our shared responsibility for educating each and every child.
In 1776, public-spirited patriots emerged from the ranks of America’s most privileged. Today’s richest offer up precious little of that public spirit. Why?
If we take on our rich, we can recreate that success.
Last year’s Wall Street bonus pool was large enough to raise New York City’s minimum wage to $21.25 — with $24 billion left over.
The newly formed Excessive Wealth Disorder Institute envisions a world of shared prosperity, where ultra-high net worth individuals join in the struggle for economic justice.
New Institute for Policy Studies Report Finds That an Annual Wealth Tax on the World’s Richest Could Raise $1.7 Trillion Globally
The report includes country-by-country data on wealth inequality and the revenue possibilities of national wealth taxes.
Blame the wealthy, not the weather.
Before COB on the First Workday of 2023, CEOs Will Make More Than the Average Annual Pay for All US Workers
Before happy hour, the typical CEO will have pocketed more than home health aides, firefighters, pre-K teachers, and other workers will make the whole year.
Billionaires may claim huge tax deductions for moving money into foundations or donor-advised funds with little to no guarantee that money will ever make it to working charities.