In every common-sense, everyday way, a corporation is not a person. Corporations don’t date, don’t have families, don’t go catch a movie on Friday night. They also don’t go to jail when they do something criminal. 3,069 more words
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A top Federal Reserve official said Tuesday that regulators would spend the next year holding the biggest banks’ proverbial feet to the fire, while working to exempt small, community banks from regulatory requirements designed for the goliaths of Wall Street. 694 more words
Unstoppable: The Emerging Left-Right Alliance to Dismantle the Corporate State.
Ralph Nader (2014)
A long time consumer advocate, Nader has spent most of his career battling the corporate takeover of government and US society. 911 more words
The G-20’s Solution To Systemically Unstable, “Too Big To Fail” Banks: More Debt