Coalition for Sensible Safeguards news release For Immediate Release: July 15, 2014 Contact: Angela Bradbery, (202) 588-7741, abradbery@citizen.org; or Brian Gumm, (202) 683-4812, bgumm@foreffectivegov.org New Legislation Would Allow Criminal Penalties Against Corporate Officers Who Hide Information on Dangerous Products Sen. Blumenthal’s…

By Ralph Nader Attorney General Eric Holder’s sweetheart settlement with Switzerland’s second largest bank, corporate criminal Credit Suisse, sent the wrong message to other corporate barons. Senator John McCain (R-AZ) says it well: “Nor does the plea deal hold any…

News Release For Immediate Release: Friday, April 11, 2014 For More Information Contact: Ralph Nader or Gary Ruskin (202) 387-8030 Two Key Corporate Accountability Bills Introduced by Rep. Conyers Yesterday, U.S. Rep. John Conyers (D-MI) introduced two important corporate accountability measures: (1) the…

News Release For Immediate Release: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 For More Information Contact: Gary Ruskin (202) 387-8030 After GM Disaster, Nader & Groups Call for Criminal Liability for Hiding Product Dangers In an effort to prevent deadly product safety disasters – such…

For Immediate Release:  Wednesday, April 2, 2014 For More Information Contact: Gary Ruskin (202) 387-8030 Nader, Groups Ask USDOJ for Annual Report and Public Database on Corporate Crime Ralph Nader, Public Citizen and the Center for Corporate Policy sent a letter…

News Release For Immediate Release: Wednesday, November 20, 2013 For More Information Contact: Gary Ruskin (202) 387-8030 Spooky Business: A New Report on Corporate Espionage Against Non-profits Giant corporations are employing highly unethical or illegal tools of espionage against nonprofit…

Sam Pizzigati (editor of the superb website,  TooMuchOnline, which tracks CEO pay and other gross excesses of the super-rich) has a new book out that rebuts the self-justifying claims used by the rich and right-wing elites: The Rich Don’t Always…

The call to reform corporate taxes is accelerating. The Senate Finance Committee released a set of policy papers on tax reform today that at least include some ideas we like for discussion and inclusion, such as a carbon tax (more…

A Center for Public Integrity investigation reveals that Exxon, Dow, the Kochs, the Chamber of Commerce and other corporate groups spent millions of dollars in recent years to send sitting judges to weekend seminars on corporate crime and other topics. Not only were the seminars heavily biased toward…