From @WSJBookReviews : From “Kochland: The Secret History of Koch Industries and Corporate Power in America” to “Twenty-Six Words That Created the Internet,” here are this year's best books on politics.
Women are 40% of corporate employees, but just 5% of corporate CEOs & 21% of board members, per analysis from @HindlianAmanda of $GS' Global Markets Institute. Learn more about how to close the #gendergaps in corporate America by reading the latest report:
Ever-increasing adjustments to Ebitda, a key earnings measure, may be painting an overly optimistic picture of corporate America’s financial strength
Highlight: @crescorp CEO @jim_underhill1 on the Fed rate decision and news of a trade deal: "Our business is representing corporate America and how they handle real estate, so when they see that predictability, they can plan longer term and that's a good sign for everybody."
Millions of people have an indirect stake in corporate America through mutual funds. But you may be surprised by how those funds are voting on your behalf.
Republicans promised that their tax giveaway to corporate America and the wealthiest few was going to be a ‘middle class miracle.’ That was a lie. American workers were promised a $4,000 raise. Many got a pink slip instead. They have to fix this. Now.
Why is it that we feel comfortable giving tax breaks to corporate billionaires but don’t think we can afford to provide health care for every man, woman, and child in America?
Would be interesting if these stories were framed the way corporate announcement of bonuses, or capital investment are. "After Big Tax Cut, Bank of America To Raise Fees On Customers"
In just 9 years the CFPB has secured almost $12 billion in consumer relief for corporate wrongdoing, including $700 million from Citi and Bank of America, $100 million from Wells Fargo for opening millions of fake bank accounts, and $130 million owed to service members/veterans