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What’s Wrong With 'Poverty, Inc.'? A Critical Review

If no country has been able to provide well-paid jobs to everyone, how can a poor economy with limited resources do that for everyone?

Former Macy's Employees Sue Company For Allegedly Racially Profiling Asian Shoppers

The plaintiffs say they were fired when they tried to speak up about the alleged discrimination.

How Monsanto Manufactured Outrage At Chemical Cancer Classification It Expected

Three years ago this month Monsanto Co. executives realized they had a big problem on their hands. It was September 2014

Ex-Google Employees Sue Tech Giant For Systematic Gender Pay Discrimination

"The net result of this systemic discrimination is that Google pays women less than men for comparable work," the suit says.

Destructive Stock Buybacks — That You Pay For

Burning trillions of dollars for the hyper enrichment of a handful of radical corporate state supremacists wasn’t what classical capitalism was supposed to be about.

Facebook Enabled Advertisers to Reach ‘Jew Haters’

After being contacted by ProPublica, Facebook removed several anti-Semitic ad categories and promised to improve monitoring.

Betcha Didn't Know Travel Insurance Covered That

Betsy Donley recommends travel insurance for all the reasons you'd imagine -- and a few you might not. It's commonly known

Welfare For Wall Street: Fees On Retirement Accounts

How would we feel about being taxed $1,000 a year to provide six figure salaries to people in the financial sector?

Reporter Writes Glowing Article About Elon Musk But Leaves Out Key Details

Recently, a major financial magazine published an article entitled “This Email from Elon Musk to Tesla Employees Describes

3 Reasons To Be Angry About Equifax’s Data Breach, And How You Can Protect Yourself

For those who did take them up on their offer, it only seems to imply whether your data was compromised, and I say “seems

Equifax Hack Proves Strong Passwords Aren't Enough

Plain and simple: The days of a single “strong” password being enough security to access and manipulate your bank and brokerage

Message To Uber’s New CEO: Don’t Forget Your Drivers

The veil has lifted on Silicon Valley, revealing a culture rife with management and legal problems previously hidden behind

Ending DACA Means More Profit For These Corporations

Ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is flat out wrong and inhumane. Trump is jeopardizing the

Equifax Says Hack Potentially Exposed Details Of 143 Million Consumers

The company said criminals had accessed details including names, social security numbers, and, in some cases, driver’s license numbers.

Chocolate Maker Mars Vows To Spend $1 Billion To Fight Climate Change

Since Trump's exit from the Paris agreement, American corporations are taking their own steps in the fight against global warming.

8 Unexpected Life Expenses And A Smart Way To Finance Them

Sometimes life pitches you a financial curveball. These can be big ticket items, life event expenses or a variety of expenses

DACA: 5 Ways Corporate Leaders Can Step Up To Make An Impact

DACA has ceased to exist as we have known it, leaving many disheartened wondering what the future holds for the lives and

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