Major corporations bankroll and support police foundations across the U.S., helping them to buy tech and weaponry and to normalize police presence in our everyday lives.
Through its AmazonSmile program, Amazon is donating to police foundations – which purchase surveillance technology and weaponry for police departments – across the U.S.
While millions suffer from the COVID-19 pandemic and economic disaster, America’s billionaires are retreating to their luxurious enclaves and super yachts as their wealth soars.
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.
Private prisons are going on the offensive with a new industry advocacy organization.
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.
Corporate elites who rake in dirty profits use board seats at prestigious cultural institutions to burnish their reputations. Now they’re being called out by a growing movement.
A well-funded network, with the billionaire Walton family at its center, is driving the school privatization agenda that striking teachers in Little Rock, Arkansas are up against.
Nearly 50,000 GM workers are striking for better pay and job security as executives and financiers benefit from record profits.
Top Wall Street leaders who profit off of everything from fossil fuels to widespread austerity are set to hobnob with Mike Pence at a major financial conference.
Eight banks have committed to ending their future financing of the private prison industry – amounting to 87.4% of the credit lines and term loans of CoreCivic and GEO Group.
Bank of America, Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase have said they’ll stop financing private prisons and detention centers. Will SunTrust do the same?