While corporations can live forever, exist in several different places at the same time, change their identities at will, and even chop off parts of themselves or sprout…
This new corporate entity was, of course, not something that was physically real; it was an agreement, a so-called legal fiction authorized by a government.
Rev. Jesse Jackson describes our current moment as one of ‘exceptional poverty’ and is calling on President Obama to hold a bipartisan meeting on hunger and poverty.
We live at a time that might be appropriately called the age of the disappearing intellectual, a disappearance that marks with disgrace a particularly dangerous period in American…
Two critical Wall Street reforms, once declared dead by U.S. megabanks, are suddenly close to Congressional approval.
Global capitalism has plunged much of the world in a crisis of unprecedented proportions and is causing misery and suffering for millions of people.
When public values are subordinated to the rationality of profits, the institutions that support it become corrupt.