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New report shows that while top fast food executives are fighting living wages for their workers, they’re benefiting from tax breaks on their own pay.
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.
Cap-and-trade offsets with out-of-state or even foreign interests won't help the state meet its goals.
In the current budget debate, the loudest calls for Social Security cuts are coming from two lobby groups led by CEOs who will never have to worry about their own retirement security.
The Green Climate Fund was established to provide money for climate adaptations to developing countries
Coal is a bad investment - for the poorest, for those consuming the power, for the World Bank, and more broadly, for all of us.
The vaunted 401(k) revolution has left few Americans with a nest egg.
Five years after the financial meltdown, the G20 continues promoting failed neoliberal policies that are condemning the world to a vicious cycle of crisis and environmental collapse.
Surely the businesses that measure their executive pay in dollars per second can afford raises to bring their lowest wage workers above the poverty level.
For too long, taxpayers have borne the burden of this scam.