Before heading home for summer recess, members of Congress are rushing to introduce proposals for cracking down on overpaid executives.
SF voters will decide the fate of a proposed tax on corporations that pay their top exec more than 100 times median worker pay.
Portland’s groundbreaking strategy for curbing executive compensation should be a model for the rest of the country.
On average, America’s CEOs make 312 times what their workers take home — and that has nothing to do with supply and demand.
Corporate boards are asking us to blame sky-high CEO pay on the laws of supply and demand.
The Minnesota lawmaker has been a champion of efforts to defend the disclosure reform from Republican attack.
A new online tool provides data on whether specific corporations are sharing tax cut windfalls with employees or only rewarding executives and shareholders.
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.
Portland is realizing that national change may need to bubble up from the grassroots.
Tens of thousands of Verizon employees walked off the job to protest the corporate giant that has registered massive profits and lavished extravagant pay on executives while shortchanging workers and customers.