by Bryce Covert Posted on March 4, 2015 Updated: March 4, 2015
The largest American companies have spent far more in shareholder payouts than investments in their own people and products.
by Alan Pyke Posted on December 15, 2014
A millionaire financier has been banned from his profession for life for skipping out on train fare. What can the story tell us about the industry?
by Amelia Rosch Posted on December 8, 2014
Amazon has a history of resisting unions and treating their warehouse staff poorly.
by Kira Lerner Posted on December 3, 2014
"Obviously corporations do consist of people," one panelist said.
by Bryce Covert Posted on October 14, 2014
Marvin Ellison, J.C. Penney's first black CEO, takes over a struggling company and is likely being placed on the glass cliff.
by Lauren C. Williams Posted on September 23, 2014
Amazon has a history of facilitating abusive working conditions and skirting labor laws to keep prices low.
by Bryce Covert Posted on July 23, 2014 Updated: July 23, 2014
The less nonwhite, female executives advocate for diversity, they better they are perceived.
by Bryce Covert Posted on July 14, 2014
Women and people of color rarely get to the top, but when they do they have the odds stacked against them.
by Bryce Covert Posted on May 27, 2014
Nordic countries have effective diversity measures for boards but a dearth of women CEOs.
by Brendan V. Duke - Guest Contributor Posted on May 12, 2014 Updated: September 8, 2014
A Walmart worker can get at most an 8 percent bonus for performance, while the CEO of the US unit will get $1.5 million whether sales go up or down.