A judge awarded $11 million to a former partner at Ernst & Young who was fired for blowing the whistle on money laundering at a gold refinery in the United Arab Emirates.
Research & Commentary
From academics to activists, thoughtful people worldwide are focusing their attention on economic inequality as never before.
Racism Has Undermined the U.S. Safety Net, Making the Crisis More Painful and Reconstruction More Challenging
New York Times reporter Eduardo Porter's new book, 'American Poison,' is a scathing analysis of misguided white antagonism toward social welfare programs.
“Low wages, no benefits, dangerous work. What is happening here is representative of what is happening across this nation.”
As marginalized families without bank accounts struggle to get stimulus checks, it's time to fix the rusty pipes of our inequitable financial system.
Covid-19 continues to aggravate deeply embedded inequalities. We need bold policy solutions aimed at bridging the racial wealth divide now more than ever.
As Congress debates a fourth crisis relief package, lawmakers must enact oversight and accountability measures that Treasury Secretary Mnuchin and the White House cannot waive.
As companies around the world turn to contactless service, the guidelines and protections gig workers win in the midst of coronavirus will have an incredible impact in the future.
Poor People’s Campaign: We Refuse to Allow Politicians and Big Corporations to Balance State Budgets by Denying Rights
Leaders are using the lie of scarcity to place the burden of the crisis on the poor while billionaires are becoming even richer and large corporations are getting bailouts.
"People aren't striking because they don't feel like paying rent. They're striking because they can't pay rent."
High levels of inequality and weak public health and safety net systems make the region extremely vulnerable to the ravages of the pandemic.