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Duncan Cameron | As the capitalist class gathers this week for the World Economic Forum, the corridor talk is going to be about the collapsing price of share capital, as stock markets tumble around the world.
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Common Frontiers | Trade and investment agreements increase corporate power, erode state sovereignty, weaken democratic authority and are central to the neoliberal framework of privatization and deregulation.
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Common Frontiers | Trade and investment agreements increase corporate power, erode state sovereignty, weaken democratic authority and are central to the neoliberal framework of privatization and deregulation.
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Armine Yalnizyan | As Target Canada tumbled into bankruptcy, Loblaw announced that its fourth-quarter profits more than doubled. What can be learned from this tale of two retailers?
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Erika Shaker | Even the worst examples of permissive parenting pale in comparison to the way politicians and pundits coddle, make excuses, and encourage double standards for questionable behaviour from corporations.
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Meera Karunananthan | The Budapest Water Summit is yet another UN event dominated by the corporate policy agenda. It features an exhibition where UN agencies display their information alongside corporations.
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Duncan Cameron | In recent years, those who thought governments only looked out for their own interests, somehow convinced people that corporations could be trusted to exert ever greater influence and privilege.
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Duncan Cameron | Finding a way to end legal tax evasion was the theme for the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bankers Meeting in Moscow over the weekend, in preparation for the G20 Moscow Summit this year.
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Mary Galvin | While five heads of states of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) met last week for the developing nations' summit, civil society organizations gathered as "brics-from-below."
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David J. Climenhaga | Corporate profits rose 317 per cent in the same period health-care spending went up 28 per cent, incomes grew 35 per cent and education spending increased 2 per cent!