How 'Citibank Budget' Push Foreshadows “Fast Track” For Trade Deals
The next big fight in Congress will be about getting the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal passed. What lessons can we learn from the way the "Citibank" budget deal was made? Read more...
Sony Tells Theaters Not To Show Their Own Movie In Wake Of North Korea Threats
Canonclast has confirmed that Seth Rogen is canceling all media appearances today and Wednesday. Read more...
Uber Criticized For Charging Minimum $100 Fare To Leave Area Of 'Sydney Siege' Hostage Crisis
Uber was briefly charging customers a minimum fare of 100 Australian dollars and four times the usual per-mile rate to leave the city centre. Read more...
TPP Trade Talks Resume With Almost No Media Coverage Of Protests
The secret Trans-Pacific Partnership will have profound effects on our ability to make a living as a country. Yet you have to read about it in the Japan Times because few-to-no U.S. media outlets are covering it. Read more...
Breaking: SCOTUS Rejects BP's Attempt To Weasel Out Of Settlement Costs
BP has been pursuing a number of different routes to avoid paying fines and compensations related to the disaster. Read more...

PR Flack Randal Simonetti Sells Conflict To Corporations
Here's how PR executive Randal Simonetti attempts to advice corporate clients: sell fear of Greenpeace campaigns, urge companies to maintain bad business practices and, of course, hire Randal Simonetti! Read more...
Nationwide Fight For $15 Went On Strike Yesterday In 190 Cities
People are striking in 190 cities demanding $15 an hour and the right to form a union. It's not just fast-food workers. Read more...
How Walmart's Owners Give Thanks And Give Back
Over the Thanksgiving weekend, many Walmart workers made great sacrifices--and took great risks--to stir its corporate conscience. Meanwhile, the family that owns the retailing giant is giving back almost nothing at all. Read more...
If You're A Rotten Employer, The Internet Will Find You
It's the only weapon we have left, but it's a damned good one. Read more...
Two Lawyers Explain Why There's No Legitimate Reason For Most Non-Compete Clauses
Increasingly, courts and society weigh the social benefit from employers as greater than the social benefit from workers. Read more...
A City Of Cord Cutters
The country’s largest cable and satellite providers hemorrhaged pay-television subscribers in the third quarter of 2014. Read more...
SAP Leaves ALEC Over Global Warming Denial
The blow is especially harsh as ALEC's corporate board was chaired by SAP lobbyist Steve Seale. Read more...
How An Ayn Rand-Loving CEO Tanked Sears
If the John Galts of the world are so smart, why can't they figure out libertarianism doesn't work? Read more...