Corporations

The Friedman Doctrine Revisited

Milton Friedman’s infamous “profits only” manifesto turned 50 this fall. It’s time to bury it.

By Jonathan Soros

End Monopoly Power

It’s not just bad for consumers. It’s dangerous to democracy.

By Sarah Miller

“Competition” and the Tax Reform Debate

Where exactly does this word fit into the corporate tax debate? Nowhere, it’s a talking point, not an argument.

By Josh Bivens

No Era of Corporate Responsibility

Despite Trump's declarations on the campaign trail, it appears the President is intent on making corporations as nontransparent as possible.

By Sharon Block

Trump's No Friend of Competition

For all of Trump's Rooseveltian rhetoric during the campaign, 2017 seems set to be another big year for corporate consolidation and monopoly power.

By Ethan Gurwitz