These are some of the billionaires hoarding wealth while endangering workers and seeking to profit off the crisis. Some may be from your own state.
These are the ways the fossil fuel industry might get bailed out – and what it means for climate organizers.
From Walmart to Whole Foods, corporate billionaires have denied paid sick leave to millions of workers for years. Maybe the coronavirus pandemic will change this.
Selection of Blackstone senior advisory director Bill Mulrow raises concerns about Wall Street profiteering from coronavirus recovery
The Coalition of Immokalee Workers is bringing its demand that Wendy’s join the Fair Food Program to the fastfood chain’s biggest shareholders.
The Wall Street vulture funds that made huge profits off of COFINA formed a coalition that backs Puerto Rico’s new debt restructuring plan. These are the coalition’s members and allies.
Los fondos buitre de Wall Street que obtuvieron ganancias inmensas con COFINA formaron una coalición que respalda el nuevo plan de ajuste de Puerto Rico. Estos son los miembros y los aliados de dicha coalición.
Private prisons are going on the offensive with a new industry advocacy organization.
Joseph Hooley, board director of Liberty Mutual & former CEO of State Street, has joined the ExxonMobil board. This comes as climate organizers intensify their focus on the finance-fossil fuel nexus.
Nelson Peltz, the hedge fund billionaire who owns Wendy’s, recently hosted Trump’s most expensive reelection fundraiser to date at his $136.4 million estate. Meanwhile, Wendy continues to turn its back on farmworker demands to join the Fair Food Program.
Law students are calling on Paul Weiss to #DropExxon as a legal client. From the Sacklers to Big Tobacco, the law firm has also defended a host of other toxic corporate actors.
Puerto Rico está en quiebra, pero el gobierno ha concedido $20 mil millones en exenciones contributivas mientras impone medidas de austeridad severas. Ahora sabemos quiénes se están beneficiando.
Puerto Rico is bankrupt, but the government has still conceded $20 billion in corporate tax breaks, even while imposing severe austerity measures. Now we know who is benefiting.