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June 29, 2017
Programmers in India Have Created the Country’s First Tech-Sector Union
Responding to an Indian tech economy in flux, workers are demanding representation.
May 16, 2017
The Workers Who Answer Your Customer-Service Calls
The worsening conditions at offshore call centers has become a central part of AT&T workers’ fight for workplace justice.
March 16, 2017
Trump Is Fighting a New Trade War—and This One Is Intramural
A nasty White House battle has broken out between right-wing nationalists and globalist financiers.
December 2, 2016
Trump Gets Some ‘Good Press’ While the Downsizing and Offshoring Continues
A factory is set to close, jobs are being lost, yet the president-elect is taking a “victory lap.”
November 30, 2016
In Carrier Deal, Trump Is Taking Credit for Some Blatant Crony Capitalism
Trump promised to get tough with companies that offshore jobs. He never said anything about buying them off with our tax dollars.
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October 6, 2016
Trump Benefits From a Broken Tax System
Revelations about Donald Trump’s tax returns—and the probability that he has paid no federal income tax for decades—should spur movements to fix our broken tax system.
July 12, 2016
Should the Democratic Party Be Added to the Endangered-Species List?
The Bernie-Hillary face-off has exposed how far the party has drifted from its working-class base—and how angry that base still is at the betrayal.
May 25, 2016
Filipino Workers Are Seizing the Means of Communication in the Fight Against Verizon
These workers understand that without a strong global labor movement, they’re in an unwinnable race to the bottom.
April 18, 2016
Today Is Tax Day—Are Corporations Paying Their Fair Share?
The amount of money corporations offshore is enough to fund healthcare for over 2 billion people worldwide.
April 8, 2016
Capitalist Deserter Pfizer Just Got a Spanking
Obama’s Treasury Department has tightened regulations to prevent multinationals from fleeing abroad in what are known as “corporate inversions.”