Surprise! Corporations and billionaires are paying way less in taxes, with some profitable corporations paying nothing at all.
The victory belongs to the workers, organizers, and advocates who maintained fierce backlash to the proposal.
President Trump’s failure to fulfill a campaign promise to axe the controversial tax benefit for hedge fund and private equity fund managers has sparked action at the state level.
Employees of at least five U.S. corporations would have to work more than a millennium to catch up with their CEO.
Huge tax cuts for energy corporations have left state school budgets broke.
The teacher’s strike holds a lesson for other states: slashing taxes is no excuse for underfunding education.
The newspaper publishing giant E.W. Scripps would be deeply distressed to see what has become of his namesake company – and beloved country.
Mellon’s failure greased the nation’s way into a decade of Great Depression. Will Cohn’s tax-cuts do the same?
Supporters of a Senate-approved deregulation bill claim it will provide relief for community banks. But, judging by the size of the beneficiaries’ CEO-worker pay ratios, they are hardly Mom & Pops.
Corporate public relations teams extol bonuses to pump up the Republican re-election effort, but many people will end up unemployed.
As the new federal tax law slashes IRS bills for corporations and the wealthy, the momentum is growing for progressive state-level taxes that could recoup some of these resources.
South Florida was known as a hotbed for modern day slavery. Now, the Coalition of Immokalee Workers are using their innovative model to bring dignity to the tomato fields.
How the diminishing value of minimum wage and declining unions are contributing to a poverty rate that hasn’t budged since 1967.
The new SEC disclosure regulation finally sees daylight, bringing changes for shareholders, employees, and even consumers, Sarah Anderson explains in this Bloomberg Q+A.
While billionaires fund a PR push for the tax law, most ordinary workers report seeing no increase in their take-home pay.