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New Report: Corporate Pirates of the Caribbean
By Sarah Anderson, Scott Klinger, Javier Rojo

A new Institute for Policy Studies report reveals the massive tax windfalls that members of the dubious, CEO-backed “Fix the Debt” campaign stand to gain from their proposed solutions to the nation’s fiscal challenges.

Mining for Profits in International Tribunals - Updated
By Sarah Anderson and Manuel Perez-Rocha

How transnational corporations use trade and investment treaties as powerful tools in disputes over oil, mining, and gas. / Como las empresas mineras transnacionales utilizan las reglas de los acuerdos de inversión y de comercio como poderosos instrumentos a su favor en las disputas por el petróleo, la minería y el gas.

"Fix the Debt" CEOs Enjoy Taxpayer-Subsidized Pay
By Sarah Anderson, Scott Klinger, Javier Rojo

A new report by IPS and Campaign for America's Future shows that America’s top CEOs are pocketing massive taxpayer subsidies at the same time they’re pushing austerity cutbacks in government programs that benefit ordinary citizens.

Corporate Tax Dodgers: 10 Companies and Their Tax Loopholes
By Sarah Anderson, Scott Klinger, Javier Rojo

A new report looks at 10 U.S. corporations that have used an array of tax loopholes and corporate subsidies to slash their tax bills: Bank of America, Citigroup, ExxonMobil, FedEx, General Electric, Honeywell, Merck, Microsoft, Pfizer, and Verizon.

Report: Closing the Inequality Divide
By John Talberth

A new IPS report shows that Maryland’s new Genuine Progress Indicator offers a means to assess both the costs of inaction and the benefits of moving forward with progressive reforms, and to clearly convey costs and benefits of reforms to decision-makers, investors, and the public.

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