By Economic Left on February 10, 2022 • ( 0 )
According to Securities and Exchange Commission filings, executives and insiders sold nearly $500 million in Peloton stock right before it crashed last November.
By Economic Left on February 9, 2022 • ( 0 )
Matthew Gardner, a senior fellow at the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, noted one of the causes of the wealth inequality crisis: “These are tax breaks that Congress has endorsed and even expanded.”
By Economic Left on February 8, 2022 • ( 0 )
Jake went on to explain, “I have all the power in the relationship, and it’s very reassuring for a guy like me that doesn’t have quite the same dominance with real-life women.”
By Economic Left on February 7, 2022 • ( 0 )
“This is nimbyism disguised as environmentalism… The notion that building duplexes hurts mountain lions – it’s just ridiculous.”
By Economic Left on February 4, 2022 • ( 0 )
Adding insult to injury, in a year that he was trying to characterize as difficult, Mr. Johnson’s salary jumped to a whopping $20.4 million due to his new CEO pay raise.
By Economic Left on February 3, 2022 • ( 1 )
The custom shipbuilder Oceanco allegedly asked the city of Rotterdam to dismantle the nearly 100-year-old bridge, adding that Bezos would, of course, pay to take it down.
By Economic Left on February 2, 2022 • ( 0 )
The NewsGuild of New York has filed a complaint with the NLRB, accusing the Times of violating federal labor law by adding new paid holidays — but only for non-union employees.
By Economic Left on February 1, 2022 • ( 0 )
Reportedly, many of the executives who contributed to Manchin’s campaign have also donated cash to other political operations for the GOP, including those of former President Donald J Trump.
By Economic Left on January 31, 2022 • ( 0 )
“I do think, right now, this is the canary in the coal mine for the union and for the industry,” a research analyst from MKM Partners warned.
By Economic Left on January 30, 2022 • ( 0 )
US renters paid $1,374 on average for a one-bedroom unit in January. That’s an increase of 12% and a new record over last year when renters only needed to pay about $1,217.