Multinational corporations often override domestic laws.
The future of food and farming depends on it.
An alarming percentage of the fish found in creeks contaminated by J.R. Simplot's phosphate mining operations in Idaho are grossly deformed.
America needs a tax system that meets our needs to pay for good schools along with safe and dependable infrastructure.
For America's corporations, it pays to get involved in elections. This might be good for business, but it's bad for politics.
The Supreme Court is weighing a case with major ramifications for corporate accountability.
We are witnessing a systemic recasting of education priorities that gives official structure and permanence to a preexisting underclass comprised largely of criminalized poor black and brown people.
IPS Associate Fellow Manuel Pérez Rocha will address extractive corporations suing Latin American countries in International Tribunals.
If your corporation wrecks the environment, that's none of our business.
"We're Not Broke," the new documentary about tax-dodging corporations, premiered at Sundance.