Category: Corporations

Alexander Sammon: The Oil Merchant in the Gray Flannel Suit

Why aren’t insurance companies aggressively fighting climate change, and minimizing catastrophes? Look at their balance sheets

Jake Johnson: Progressives Respond to Facebook Outage With Simple Call: ‘Break Them Up’

“It’s almost as if Facebook’s monopolistic mission to either own, copy, or destroy any competing platform has incredibly destructive effects on free society and democracy”

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Jeff Cohen: Corporate Media Myths About the Chaos on Capitol Hill

Even after the Afghan war has finally ended, the establishment’s appetite for unbridled military spending seems insatiable

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William D. Hartung: The Profits of War

How Corporate America Cashed in on the Post-9/11 Pentagon Spending Surge

Laura Jedeed: YIMBY Movement Is Not the Answer to Housing Crisis, Grassroots Activists Say

“Housing has become an investment for global financial actors, and has more in common with the stock market than it does with shoes.”

Alex Lawson: We’re Going to Take on Big Pharma and Win

Any politician who puts Pharma profits before the needs of their constituents will lose their jobs. And they will deserve it

Laura Jedeed: Corporate Property-Buying Spree May Make Housing Even Less Affordable

Is it true that only the elimination of eviction moratoria can help these landlords? Under analysis, most of their arguments in favor of resuming evictions fall apart

Rod Driver: The Crimes of the Pharmaceutical Industry

The mainstream media rarely challenge the patent system, or discuss the scale of fraud by the industry, or explain that medicines could be researched and produced far more cheaply by other means

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Chuck Collins: Boost workers and tax billionaires

Congress should pay for infrastructure and other investments in a way that lifts up workers and reduces democracy-distorting wealth inequality

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Sam Pizzigati: Getting a grip on Corporate America’s structural greed

Why are executives in Corporate America now averaging 23 hours a week in formal meetings, up from fewer than 10 hours in the 1960s?

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