ConocoPhillips and its investors have an army of politicians and lobbyists behind the Willow project.
SKDKnickerbocker co-founder Anita Dunn is a high-level advisor to President Biden as her firm underminers workers’ rights, housing justice, and climate action.
Jacobs is seeking to preempt the Scaffold Law, a workplace safety law that the real estate industry has been trying to kill for decades.
Selection of Blackstone senior advisory director Bill Mulrow raises concerns about Wall Street profiteering from coronavirus recovery
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.
In 2013 the Washington Post published a pro-war column by Hadley without reporting his Raytheon board seat. Seven years later nothing has changed.
Several Virginia state legislators have pushed hard to advance the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. They also own hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of stock in the pipeline’s owners.
Anthony Masiello was hired as a lobbyist by the City of Buffalo, creating conflicts of interest with his other clients who do business with the city.
The Duluth News Tribune has big undisclosed conflicts of interest in its coverage of Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline.
Kathleen Brown, the governor’s sister, has made $1.1 million as Sempra Energy director since 2013. The governor has apparently taken no steps to manage the conflict of interest.
Buffalo developer Paul Ciminelli was legally required to file annual financial disclosure statements with New York State during his four-year tenure on the public authority controlling Buffalo Billion spending, Empire State Development (ESD). But Ciminelli’s forms are extremely deficient for the first two years he served on the board and missing for the second two. …
Though much of the reporting around Andrew Cuomo’s Buffalo Billion project has focused on Buffalo construction firm LPCiminelli, relatively little attention has been paid to another major beneficiary of Buffalo Billion spending: Ciminelli Real Estate. Owned by Paul Ciminelli, the brother of LPCiminelli chairman & CEO Louis Ciminelli, Ciminelli Real Estate has been involved in …