Category: Corporations

Pip Hinman: Brazil’s ‘Mountain Tsunami’: a Disaster Waiting to Happen

“It looked like a scene from hell.” And it was entirely predictable

Martha Mendoza: Nestlé​ admits slavery and coercion used in catching its seafood

Global audit by the food giant finds abuse of workers who catch seafood from Thailand

Glenn Greenwald: Submissive” Media’s Drumbeat for War and “Despicable” Anti-Muslim Scapegoating

Investors are fully aware that the main people who are going to benefit from this escalation as a result of Paris is the military-industrial complex

Margaret Flowers: The World Is Rising To Stop Transnational Corporate Treaties

Global solidarity is essential to stop the Race to the Bottom Washington, DC – On Tuesday, November 17, as part of the Flush the TPP days of action and in solidarity with people protesting the Asian Pacific Economic Coordination (APEC) meetings in Manila, Philippines, trade justice advocates took over the streets of Embassy Row and Read more…

Bill McKibben: Why Exxon Is the Next Big Climate Fight

I’ve thought for a long time that if we could ever get this thing looked at on the merits, finally, we would win

Irhash Ahmady: Setting a country alight: Indonesia’s devastating forest fires are manmade

Thousands of the fires raging through the forests of Indonesia were deliberately started to clear land for industrial use. The results have been deadly

Jack Rasmus: Pigs at the Corporate Tax Cut Trough

Can Europe slow U.S. multinational corporate tax rip-offs?

Tom Engelhardt: Four Score and Seven Years Ago… at Disney World

The Demobilization of the American People and the Spectacle of Election 2016

Paul Street: Why Exxon Executives Deserve the Ultimate Punishment

On October 16, 1946, shortly after the conclusion of the Nuremberg Trials, ten prominent members of the political and military leadership of Nazi Germany were marched to the gallows. Some of the former elite Nazis did not die quickly of an intended broken neck but strangled slowly. Since the trapdoor was too small, several of Read more…

Bill McKibben: Imagine if Exxon had told the truth on climate change

Exxon made a conscious decision to adopt what a company public affairs officer called “the Exxon position”

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