Corporate America is going to have to come to terms with the fact that, at least for the short-term, large corporations are going to need to tacitly support the Democratic Party in order to help defeat a Republican Party apparatus that is bent on continuing to push an election narrative falsehood.
Racial discrimination should have no place in private contracting.
Only 25 percent of Democrats said they are significantly bothered by the taxes they personally pay, compared to 41 percent of Republicans.
"Starting today, I no longer accept money from any corporate PAC. I urge my GOP colleagues at all levels to do the same," the Texas senator wrote.
By meeting Gen Z where they are, brands and institutions can help them drive meaningful social change.
Hundreds of companies signed onto a new statement Wednesday to oppose "discriminatory legislation" that would make it harder for people to vote in the U.S.
Manchin's proposed change would have a huge impact on how the Biden infrastructure plan is paid for, while largely preserving a tax policy that delivers a windfall to a tiny handful of executives at major corporations.
Delta and Coca-Cola publicly expressed criticism of the GOP voter legislation that have been implemented in the wake of former President Donald Trump's unfounded election fraud claims.
Following Georgia passing its controversial voter law, some local activists have floated the possibility of boycotting major companies in the Peach State for not criticizing the politicians.
Congressional Democrats are quickly looking for an alternative to support fair wages for workers now that a $15 increase won't be included in President Joe Biden's coronavirus stimulus package.
We must have greater transparency around public spending, stronger international cooperation to prosecute bribery and global governance of tax abuse and money laundering.
There is no standing still for our democracy–there is either making advances in the inclusion, stability and security of the system, or there is backsliding.
Policies that treat corporations more favorably than individuals and other business structures are not free-market economics.
The inaugural festivities will likely be fueled by millions from corporations and special interest groups, as well as individual contributions from wealthy supporters.
By limiting the focus of corporate boards to shareholders' financial interests alone, corporate law confines the sphere of influence of corporations.
A recent analysis from a government watchdog group found that Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Donald Trump's pick for the Supreme Court, ruled in favor of corporations over people in 42 out of 55 cases while serving as a federal appeals court judge.
A descendant of one of the women who portrayed Aunt Jemima spoke out against the company's decision to rebrand the pancake mix and syrup products.
At a time when almost everyone is suffering, the use of power and privilege to turn a profit is reprehensible.
Corporate leaders have a big opportunity to prove that they meant their promise—or to prove the naysayers right.
Bernie Sanders tweeted out a few names of corporations that did not pay any federal income tax under President Trump's tax plan, including Netflix and Amazon.
The 2017 tax overhaul expanded taxpayers' standard deduction but made millions of Americans ineligible to claim a tax break for donating to charities—leading to a decline in giving to these organizations.
Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren both blasted FedEx and President Donald Trump's "corporate elite" tax cuts for allowing the courier giant to avoid paying any federal taxes.