Corporate disclosures show astoundingly significant gaps between CEO and median-worker pay among Fortune 500 firms.
Efforts to repeal CEO-worker pay ratio disclosure continue, but the odds of success are growing longer.
As someone who’s been analyzing excessive CEO pay for more than 20 years, I feel like I know these guys.
$154 million of Stumpf’s pay, subsidized by taxpayers, qualified for this write-off between 2012 and 2015.
IPS Fellow Sarah Anderson is a featured panelist in the conference on rethinking the corporate social contract for greater economic justice.
While candidates are busy ranting about Wall Street’s fat cats, taxpayers are left picking up their billion-dollar tab.
A new IPS report finds that executive pay of Wall Street bankers has skyrocketed, despite the 1992 reform. Will Hillary fix it?
A new Institute for Policy Studies report is the first to calculate how much taxpayers have been subsidizing executive bonuses at the nation’s largest banks.
This 23rd annual report reveals how taxpayers are subsidizing financial crisis windfalls.
Representative Martin Sabo fought for working people to reduce inequality. We’re proud to have worked alongside him.
Fossil fuel executives have gained financial security while leaving everyone else behind.
Be part of this discussion on the widening pay gaps on the global political stage and how we can build on promising initiatives to narrow this economic divide.
New report shows that while top fast food executives are fighting living wages for their workers, they’re benefiting from tax breaks on their own pay.
By making it mandatory for corporations to disclose the gap between what they pay their chief executives and most typical workers, the government will empower investors and consumers to compare individual corporations by their level of CEO greed.
For too long, taxpayers have borne the burden of this scam.