The new SEC disclosure regulation finally sees daylight, bringing changes for shareholders, employees, and even consumers, Sarah Anderson explains in this Bloomberg Q+A.
Making breakthroughs for consumers is hard, companies have found. But making fortunes for CEOs is easy.
Ordinary American taxpayers are subsidizing excessive CEO pay. These five reforms could help end these perverse incentives for executive excess.
While candidates are busy ranting about Wall Street’s fat cats, taxpayers are left picking up their billion-dollar tab.
As Americans are desperately trying to juggle their finances, bank CEOs are maximizing their profits through overdraft fees.
BlackRock, the top money manager in the world, claims to want to link performance with executive compensation. But its actions tell a different story.
The persistent pay gap between men and women is a key driver of economic inequality today.
Runaway CEO pay at the 30 largest U.S. public fossil fuel corporations rewards short-term actions, with disastrous results for the world’s climate.
For the second time, the restaurant giant is using disinformation to distract attention from IPS calculations on the company’s CEO-worker pay gap.
While the chain restaurant giant’s servers face economic uncertainty, three top executives are sailing away with $68 million in compensation
New report shows that while restaurant executives are fighting living wages for their workers, they’re also benefiting from tax subsidies for their own pay.
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.
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.
IPS releases 20-year review showing that nearly 40 percent of America’s top-paid CEOs are not so great at their jobs.
Nearly 40 percent of the CEOs on the highest-paid lists from the past 20 years were eventually “bailed out, booted, or busted.”