5 Things Corporations Are Trying to Hide From You

These are but a few of many examples of a larger corporate opposition to basic disclosure.

as Businessweek recently noted, regulations are hardly job killers. Instead, the magazine points out, they typically “wind up creating about as many jobs as they kill.” In the process, they also mitigate major social problems, as Coca-Cola and Pepsi just proved. Full Story »

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Companies, in other words, understand that for all the fact-free vitriol constantly thrown at the basic concept of regulation, government regulations that increase ... More »

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