WASHINGTON -- The Securities and Exchange Commission is not currently writing a rule to require public corporations to disclose their political contri...
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Before our students can benefit from education research, we must find a way to fight for them in a political world that looks more and more like an oligarchy.
Corporations like Target aren't just mucking around in democracy, they're playing games with our hard earned money while they're at it. This risky business affects all of us as shareholders and as citizens.
Companies should get out of the political spending game and focus on doing what they were created to do: make a profit for their shareholders.
WASHINGTON -- It used to be against the law for executives to spend funds from their massive corporate treasuries to directly influence elections. But...
If you're not a campaign finance wonk, then you may not have noted that a significant anniversary will arrive on this weekend on January 21st.
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