Wall Street Bonuses Double Full-time Minimum Wage Worker Earnings

Wall Street Bonuses Double Full-time Minimum Wage Worker Earnings

Wall Street Bonuses Double Full-time Minimum Wage Worker Earnings Wall Street bonuses totaled $25 billion in 2015 —double the combined annual earnings of all American full-time minimum wage workers, according to an Institute for Policy Studies analysis of New York...
Off the Deep End: The Wall Street Bonus Pool and Low-Wage Workers

Off the Deep End: The Wall Street Bonus Pool and Low-Wage Workers

Wall Street banks handed out $28.5 billion in bonuses to their 167,800 employees last year, up 3 percent over 2013, according to new figures from the New York State Comptroller. These annual bonuses are an extra reward on top of base salaries in the securities...
The One Percent at State U

The One Percent at State U

State universities have come under increasing criticism for excessive executive pay, soaring student debt, and low-wage faculty labor. In the public debate, these issues are often treated separately. Our study examines what happened to student debt and faculty labor...
Declaration of the G20 Counter-Summit

Declaration of the G20 Counter-Summit

Social movements and civil society organizations from different parts of the world have met on September 3 and 4 2013 in Saint Petersburg, Russia, on the eve of the G20 Summit and in a context of the threat by the United States of America (USA) to attack Syria. With...