Universities increasingly wield the kind of power and influence that were hallmarks of ruthless employers in isolated company towns. Historian Davarian Baldwin calls this ominous trend the “rise of the UniverCity.”
After averaging 750,000 jobs over the preceding three months, from May to July 2021, job recovery this past August fell by more than two-thirds, to only 235,000
The darkness, the misery and death you are witnessing in Louisiana is not an act of God, it’s an act of Entergy Inc.
They Do Not Invest in Jammu and Kashmir
CEOs shouldn’t have a financial stake in the murderous mass violence of modern warfare
According to an Economic Policy Institute report, between 28 and 47 percent of U.S. private sector workers are subject to noncompete agreements
Why is life on Earth still taking second place to fossil fuel companies?
Seize Shares to Punish Corporate Villains
The Network for Greening the Financial System (a group of central banks and supervisors) is already considering climate scenarios with over 3°C of warming, labeling it the “Hot House World.”
How Can US Corporations address the Climate Emergency if their Stock Buy-backs even Interfere with their Ordinary Business?