We don’t have to organize our economy around enterprises that pay CEOs over 1,000 times what workers make.
The Fight for $15 campaign has grown into a broad-based social movement.
McDonald’s is the latest mega-rich corporate employer to announce it will give workers a raise.
Sarah Anderson, author of new report “Fast-food CEOs Rake in Taxpayer-Subsidized Pay,” reveals how taxpayers are funding both the bottom and top of the fast food industry on Democracy Now!
A new report reveals that fast food companies are pocketing massive taxpayer subsidies for CEO pay while working to keep low-level workers’ wages so low that many must rely on public assistance.
One in three kids is at risk for developing type 2 diabetes as a result of diets high in McDonald’s-style junk food.
A nonprofit doctor’s group recently got a blast of corporate wrath when it produced a TV commercial that dared to take on mighty McDonald’s.
To distract us from the facts, the fast food industry and its defenders blame parents for the rising child obesity rate.
Drinking nuclear waste-contaminated milk most likely contributed to hundreds of thousands of U.S. citizens developing thyroid cancer.
Despite evidence that they may cause cancer, food manufacturers continue to pour about 15 million pounds of eight synthetic dyes into the American food supply every year.
McDonald’s uses chemicals in the United States that it manages to do without in its British restaurants.
The fast food industry and its leading man undermine our health.
Instead of endeavoring to reinvent Ronald as a proponent of healthy food choices, it’s time McDonald’s did some corporate soul-searching.