Category Archives: The War On Workers

Giving up privilege to end income equality

I read a lot of stuff, both news and opinion. Once in a while, though, I read something that sticks in my head as quite wonderful, quite unusual. And a recent New York Times opinion piece by Darren Walker, “Are … Continue reading

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Out of the greatness of their hearts and minds…

CEOs of some of the largest and richest corporations in the universe have, in a roundtable (did anyone measure the circumference? Must have been one BIG table), come to the radically innovative conclusion that… Their whole purpose in their corporate … Continue reading

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A big idea from and for Elizabeth Warren

Last night, Elizabeth Warren described corporations in a way that met my own long-held definition. Which is: corporations are amoral. She did not say they were evil; nor would I. She was precise in her language. Corporations — big business, … Continue reading

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