The U.S. Constitution, the Bill of Rights and subsequent Amendments do not explicitly mention corporations. Nevertheless, under U.S. law corporations have obtained substantial rights through key court decisions that have established particular legal doctrines and provided corporations some of the…

Monopolies and Corporate Concentration: Antitrust and Congress: Check out our paper on corporate concentration. Related information: The American Antitrust Institute drafted a useful Agenda for Congress in 2007 and submitted testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Antitrutst for a hearing in March, 2007. Justice…

New (02/04/09) CCP’s Reaction to Obama Administration’s New Executive Pay Policy REPORT on CEO Pay: “Selfish Interest: How the Business Roundtable CEOs Stand to Lose From Real Reform of CEO Pay” Check out these relatedFACT SHEETs: What Congress Can Do About Executive…

If corporate crime is one of the Department of Justice’s top priorities, then why don’t they produce an annual corporate crime report like the one they do for street crime? We have asked Attorney General Holder (as well as his predecessor Attorney General Gonzales)…

You hear people say it all the time when they get into discussions about corporate power and how to change the system: “Corporations are required by law to maximize profits.” The assumption is that the view so famously articulated by…