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.
The Coalition of Immokalee Workers is bringing its demand that Wendy’s join the Fair Food Program to the fastfood chain’s biggest shareholders.
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.
Trian Partners and its billionaire CEO Nelson Peltz dominate the board of Wendy’s. They have the power to get the fast food megachain to join the Fair Food Program, which protects the rights of farmworkers.
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.
Striking teachers are demanding better conditions for their whole community instead of billionaire handouts.
Nearly 50,000 GM workers are striking for better pay and job security as executives and financiers benefit from record profits.
Nelson Peltz spurns the Fair Food Program, which ensures better wages and working conditions for farmworkers, even as he oversees billions in worker pension funds.
Private equity backing and self-dealing featured at the bankrupt coal firm whose workers are still waiting for pay.
The PR shop behind Delta’s anti-union scare tactics represents fossil fuel giants like Chevron, Shell & Halliburton – and it was caught posing as “journalists” for ExxonMobil,
Billionaire hedge fund manager and Wendy’s owner Nelson Peltz owns a $123 million Florida estate and gives big to Donald Trump – but he refuses to pay a penny more per pound of tomatoes so farmworkers can have better wages and working conditions.
A small group of billionaires is spending big on local elections to undermine public education and push its school privatization agenda.