Tag: Corporate America
Median pay of top US CEOs jumped to record $22.3 million...
Analysis has shown companies have used inflation as an excuse to unnecessarily raise prices and have pocketed the increased profits.
‘Illegal corporate price-fixing’ is rampant in US economy: Report
"Oligopolies are not just a cause of inflation. They exacerbate social and economic inequality, and thus weaken democracy."
Imagine a world where CEOs get paid $3 million a year
Being a well-paid CEO means something very different today than it did fifty years ago.
This one thing would increase wages by $300 billion
Non-compete agreements block workers from seeing higher wages or better working conditions. And they enlarge corporate monopoly power by stifling competition.
Capitalism’s Conclusion, Part I: What the Ohio train derailment exposed
The recent derailment of trains in East Palestine isn’t just a once-in-a-generation environmental disaster, it's what will continue to happen when profit is put above public health.
The truth about corporate subsidies
Large American corporations shouldn’t need government subsidies to do what’s right for America.
The little secret about corporate profits
The power of big corporations to raise their prices higher than their costs are rising.
Before COB on the first workday of 2023, CEOs will make...
In less than seven hours on the first workday of the New Year, a typical CEO will have made as much as the average U.S. worker will make all year.
The monsters of American capitalism
Three of its prime exemplars: Trump, Bankman-Fried's, and Musk!
How major southeast utilities paid local media for favorable coverage
This is an example of how big money can interact with the decline in local journalism to spread false or misleading information, including about the climate crisis and appropriate solutions.