Companies benefiting from the buildup of the past 20 years include logistics and construction firms like Kellogg.
G20 countries pretend they are committed to climate action, but they pledged nearly $300 billion to fossil fuel.
Among the Olympic sponsors who made commitments to halt donations, about half appear to have held their promise.
Companies like UPS, Duke Energy and others have broken the spirit of their pledges not to give to election objectors.
The new laws are part of a broader nationwide crackdown against protests.
Amazon’s “guaranteed delivery” comes at a high cost for warehouse employees who must meet strict productivity standards.
“You are inspiring workers across the country,” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said.
At the 51 S&P 500 companies with the lowest median wage, the CEO-to-worker pay ratio was a whopping 830 to 1.
Nonprofit police foundations are just one way corporations have funneled money into law enforcement.
After Jan. 6, some corporations vowed to cut donations to politicians involved, but it was soon business as usual again.