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…

A new column by Russell Mokhiber, editor of the Corporate Crime Reporter, points out that U.S. news media have used the term “corporate crime” just 42 times  since the year began. The only instance in which an American outlet used the…

With less than a week to go before California voters decide whether they want food that contains genetically engineered (GE) ingredients to be explicitly labeled as such, the board of the American Association for the Advance of Science (AAAS) has…

The Corporate Crime Reporter, the Washington, DC-based newsletter edited by Russell Mokhiber, reported a few days ago that Steve Bullock, the attorney general of Montana, is refusing to assert Montana’s sovereign immunity from suit in a case brought before the U.S….

Corporate Policy – General: Aurora Institute(Canadian group) Citizen Works  The Corporate Library (Excellent corporate governance and CEO pay info) “The Corporation” (a new movie about corporations) CounterCorp is the only annual independent film festival devoted to corporate power and related issues Essential Information…

Crack Down on Contract-Related Corruption and Cronyism Tell Congress to keep two key contract reform provisions currently in the $613 billion FY 2009 Defense Authorization bill (H.R. 5658): a) Rep. Henry Waxman’s (D-CA) Clean Contracting Act, which, among other things,…