With an eye on the layoffs underway in the tech sector, Sam Pizzigati says the most accomplished corporate thieves never fear indictment. They steal in broad daylight.
Destroying Western Values, To Defend Western Values
The “fight for democracy” grows ever-more tyrannical, says Caitlin Johnstone. Now we learn that the U.S. intelligence cartel has been working intimately with online platforms to regulate the “cognitive infrastructure” of the population.
US LABOR DAY: Union Support in US at Five-Decade High
The Gallup poll comes amid an ongoing high-profile push for workers’ rights at U.S. companies including Starbucks and Amazon.
US LABOR DAY: Central American Migrants & US Labor History
Worker wins at Amazon and Starbucks recall a previous period of union success, writes Elizabeth Oglesby.
WSJ’s Flawed Analysis of CEO Pay
The Drucker Institute researchers who authored the article cast unwarranted doubt on Peter Drucker’s views on pay equity, write Sam Pizzigati and Sarah Anderson.
US Taxpayers Spent Billions Inflating CEO Pay
Sarah Anderson says Biden has the power to crack down on executive excess by imposing new CEO pay and buyback restrictions on federal contractors.
Labor & Oligarchy: Two Tales from Buffalo, NY
In the same city that produced the first Starbucks union, Sam Pizzigati flags the single largest taxpayer subsidy in the plutocratic history of American professional sports.
Amazon Lashes Back in Staten Island Warehouses
Given the anti-organizing tactics ahead of a second, April 25, union vote in New York City, Luis Feliz Leon says the ALU needs all the labor-movement support it can get.
Chris Hedges: Let Us Now Praise Amazon Unionists
We must not underestimate this victory. It is only by rebuilding unions and carrying out strikes that we will halt the downward spiral of the working class.
Amazon, Starbucks & a New US Union Movement
To reverse the long-term decline in union membership, John Logan says pro-union workers will need stronger protections.