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Journalists at the socialist daily, Britain's counterpart to People's World, staged a one-day political strike.
As support spreads nationwide for the 39,000 striking Verizon workers, CWA reveals the company has a massive offshoring operation in the Philippines.
This week a new report from Oxfam showed the ugliness of corporate greed in America's food processing plants.
Lawsuits filed by Uber drivers in California and Massachusetts expose the old ugly truth about profiteering in the new "gig" or "sharing" economy.
Eric A. Gordon
The 39,000 striking Verizon workers are introducing a new facet to the worker-boss struggle.
Two large May Day marches converged upon downtown Los Angeles; the flow of marchers and supporters continued for miles.
For many of the non-tenured faculty, the long fought battle has finally proven to be victorious.
The old appeal policy left hundreds of thousands of coal miners, disabled from black lung disease, usually without a penny of benefits before they died.
Some firms have incentivized advisers to steer clients into products that have higher fees and lower returns, costing American families an estimated $17 billion a year,
Over 20,000 janitors statewide call for a strike against unfair labor practices by janitorial companies who contract with some of the most high-priced real estate owners.
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