Sarah Anderson goes on Fox 5 DC to discuss the new Executive Excess report.
The CEOs who cut the most jobs are also the ones who make the most money. How can we stop excessive CEO pay before it leads to bad behavior?
Today marks the 100th anniversary of the most “radical speech” an American ex-president has ever delivered.
Both the United States and South Africa, despite black leadership and multicultural societies, still labor under the legacy of segregation and inequality.
The ulta-rich are splurging again as the rest of us muddle through the Great Recession.
The ultra-rich are driving demand in the United States and other “plutonomies.”
Low taxes on the income made from investments gives the richest Americans an unfair advantage.
How can a civilized nation afford to hand the heirs of the super-rich billions of dollars tax-free and not afford to keep teachers in classrooms?
Overall, white families see growth in their net worth while African Americans experience stagnation.
Workers might have to toil for three centuries to earn what their company’s chief executive earns in a year.
A landmark leap on executive pay disclosure could be around the corner.
The rich actually pay a lower percentage of their total income in taxes than do the poor.
Nearly all Americans got a tax cut but don’t know it.
Progressives and tea party activists: Where we agree, disagree, and how we can find common good.
Matt Ryan, the mayor of Binghamton, New York, is sick and tired of watching people in local communities “squabble over crumbs,” as he puts it, while so much local money pours into the Pentagon’s coffers and into America’s wars.