Stop Corporate Tax Evasion in Montana

Over the past 10 years of “pro-business” government, property taxes for Main Street Montana businesses have increased while those of multinational corporations have been dramatically lowered.

The Root of Sago Mine Disaster: Corporate Crime Pays

In the aftermath of the Sago mine disaster, the Bush Administration issued familiar and predictable promises to conduct a full investigation and take “necessary steps to ensure that this never happens again.”

Runaway CEO Pay and the Myth of “Shareholder Democracy”

CEO pay has become so unhinged from logic that even even Christopher Cox, President Bush’s Security and Exchange Commission Chairman, has vowed reform.

It’s Time to Bar Corporate Criminals from Federal Contracting

If Congress really wants to prevent waste, fraud, and other abuses seen in Iraq, it must exclude companies with a record of contracting abuses from participating in any contracts.

Debating the Community Values Act

A debate over a proposed ordinance in Olympia, Washington which would allow the community to grade private businesses and close those that don’t live up to community expectations.

How Costco Became the Anti-Wal-Mart

While Costco unquestionably provides better jobs than Wal-Mart and its Sam’s Club division, is its overall impact much better when community, environmental and other concerns are weighed?

Supreme Court Rules Against Immunity for Dow Chemical

Bush Administration filed brief asking Court to protect pesticide companies and deny compensation to victimized farmers.