Corporate Power

Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
In the wake of Wednesday's announcement that five global financial institutions have agreed to plead guilty to multiple crimes and pay about $5.6 billion in penalties for manipulating foreign currencies and interest rates, corporate watchdogs are reiterating the call to 'break up the banks' in light of their ongoing malfeasance. As with other...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
Calling for higher wages and fairer treatment, McDonald's cooks and cashiers...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) on Tuesday called on Democratic presidential...

Further

The revelation of General Motors' deadly, decade-long malfeasance on design defects - resulting in at least 13 deaths, a recall of up to 11 million cars and a record $35 million fine from the feds - was bad enough. Now comes a newly released 2008 GM training document listing words to be avoided by engineers investigating the hazards so that they don't, you know, give the company a bad name. Banned terms range from "safety" and "problem" to "gruesome," "Kevorkianesque," "widow-maker," "rolling...