Too-big-to-fail bailouts let bankers get away with massive fraud. The amazing result of a California trial could change that.
On overpaid corporate CEOs and college football coaches.
In the three years after the official 2010 end of the Great Recession, the typical American family’s wealth fell 2 percent, notes the Federal Reserve’s just-released triennial survey of American household finances.
A new report shows tax breaks for homeownership favor the rich.
Corporate execs are stiffing employees at paycheck time to hit their “performance” targets.
An engrossing analysis of Capital in the Twenty-First Century and the modern history of taxing the rich.
Unions now represent less than 7 percent of the private U.S. workforce. The result? Wages no longer rise with productivity. CEOs and investors capture ever higher portions of corporate income. The minimum wage loses value.
A section of President Obama’s signature health care reform law closes the ‘performance pay’ loophole for health insurance companies. Now it’s time to apply this fix across Corporate America.
New report from the Institute for Policy Studies reveals hefty taxpayer savings from a little-known Affordable Care Act executive compensation reform.
The California legislation aims to raise taxes on corporations with the greatest pay divides between workers and top execs.