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Obama returns to minimum wage focus for Labor Day weekend address

To build a stronger middle class in today’s changing economy, we’ve got to keep fighting. We’ve got to fight for the right to affordable health insurance for everybody. The right to fair pay, family leave, and workplace flexibility.Show More Summary

Animation Guild Wage Survey Paints Mixed Picture

The Animation Guild's 2014 wage survey is in (read it here), and it shows salaries for animators holding fairly steady this year compared with last year. But the reported median weekly pay for some jobs — most notably staff TV writers, feature storyboard artists, and staff story editors — is down from salaries reported five years ago. Show More Summary

The Two Trillion Dollar Heist: The Perversion of Inversion

For decades now the social contract that existed between American workers and businesses has been unraveling at an alarming rate. There are many exceptions of excellent businesses that treat their workers fairly and pay their fair share of taxes but every year the rate of CEO pay and perks increases and the pay and benefits of the workers stays flat. Show More Summary

Burger King Flips Obama the Bird on Economic Patriotism: Burger King, Warren Buffet, Greg Mankiw, Barry Ritholtz, Mish on Corporate Tax Inversion "Fairness"

Obama Condemns CEOsPresident Obama is fed up with corporations no paying their "fair tax".On August 24, Bloomberg reported Inversion Express Slows to Crawl as Obama Condemns CEOs On July 24 Obama referred to companies looking to shift...Show More Summary

Big Oil's Tax Subsidies Aren't What You Think They Are

A recent study by Tax Payers For Common Sense claiming that big oil companies fail to pay their fair share in taxes has vaulted the issue of big oil tax breaks and subsidies once more into the public consciousness. This article takes a look at these tax breaks to see if big oil is unfairly taking advantage of U.S. taxpayers and what, if anything, should be done about it.

The Witcher Battle Arena – New Gameplay Trailer Revealed

Based in the Witcher universe, CD PROJEKT RED‘s The Witcher Battle Arena is a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA). In an effort to keep things fair and balanced, the developer has said that the game will have no pay to win elements. Show More Summary

Human Values and Corporate Social Impact: Fairness in Pay Ratios

Culture determines the varying boundaries of what constitutes “equal shares.” And who is “equal” in status. In our own society, popular opinion may accept a certain unequal ratio between CEO pay and the average pay of other workers, but not beyond a given point. Show More Summary

New Services Enable Fans to Pay Creators Directly

The Internet is a massive revenue-generating machine, but without content, the whole model falls apart. Creative people can participate in revenue sharing on YouTube, but it’s a fairly limited way to make money. New services like ChangeTip...Show More Summary

NFL Says Legally It Doesn't Have to Address Cheerleaders' Shitty Wages

Over the course of the last year, NFL cheerleaders have attempted to raise their pay to at least minimum wage through various lawsuits. In June, two Oakland Raiderettes sued the league for fair pay. The NFL's official response? Not our problem. Read more...

The Simple Case For Intel

By ColoradoWealthManagementFund: Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) has done fairly well since 2013 started, up 56.64% in a little more than 20 months. That's on top of paying out $1.575 per share in dividends resulting in a total yield of 64.09% over the period before any benefits of reinvestment. Show More Summary

Newswire: Sharlto Copley will star in that Powers series on your PlayStation

All those new costumes you keep purchasing for your Dead Or Alive 5 characters continues to pay off, as thanks to you, Sony PlayStation has been able to bring some fairly big-ticket names to Powers (and all your video game ladies look sooo pretty). Show More Summary

Robert Redford Files Lawsuit Over $1.6 Million Tax Bill

Is Robert Redford paying his fair share? New York State apparently doesn’t think so. Authorities there slapped him with a $1.6 million bill (which includes about $700,000 in interest) for unpaid taxes in connection with the 2005 sale of part of his ownership stake in the Sundance Channel To Cablevision’s Rainbow Media which he owned

Lib Feminist Leader Calls for Free Tampons for All

Feminist leader Jessica Valenti (NARAL Director and Planned Parenthood heroine, wants government to provide free tampons for all. It’s just not fair that women have to pay for their menstrual care products. Valenti tweeted this out last week. Twitter friends: … Continue reading ?

Bronx officials push FreshDirect to pay fair wages

Officials are urging FreshDirect — which is receiving millions in public subsidies as it expands in the Bronx — to pay fair wages to its workers.

Credit Scores Get A Little More Fair (But the System Is Still Rigged)

Good news! Your credit score might go up today if you're caught up on your bills. Bad news! The system is still too vulnerable to false claims, and the only person paying for it is you.

Court rejects $325M wage-fixing settlement, says Apple, others should 'pay their fair share'

A federal judge on Friday rejected a settlement proposal put forth by Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe that would have seen the Silicon Valley giants pay $324.5 million to end a long-running class action lawsuit alleging that they conspired to suppress salary inflation among workers.

What If You Didn’t Set Prices?

Have you ever considered why you choose to set prices? For most of us, we set prices because we have been taught, and we believe, that if we do not, our customer will not pay fairly for the item of value we are selling. This feeling, of others not being willing to pay, is based upon the assumption … Read More

Obama Targets Businesses that Bail on U.S.

U.S. companies reincorporated overseas should pay their fair share, the President says.

South Korea Targets Household-Corporate Income Gap in Tax Plan

Is South Korea’s new policy of taxing companies that don’t pay out more of their cash reserves in wages and dividends fair? In considering that, Seoul’s policymakers would like you to take these figures into account: total Korean corporate earnings accounted for 26% of the country’s gross domestic product last year, up from 13% in 1998. Show More Summary

Congressman questions fairness of case against son

3 weeks agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

A Philadelphia congressman's son was accused of stealing funds for city schools and using loans unlawfully to pay personal expenses

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