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13 Major Corporations & Trade Associations Paid Former Pres. B. Clinton Millions As They Lobbied Depart. of State Under Hillary
Business  (tags: US, govt, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, corruption, conflicts of interest, interest dealing, money, lobbying, corporations, trade associations, payoffs, influence peddling, corporate influence, the 1% )

LucyKalei
- 124 days ago - ibtimes.com
Firms that lobbied Hillary as Secretary@State gave Bill >$2.5M in speaking fees! Clintons @the center of public suspicions over the extent DC insider dealing & concerns corporate interests influence govt action by creatively funneling $ to those in power
Fraud, Waste, and Lies: Charter Schools Cheating Communities Out of Millions of Dollars
Business  (tags: US, Charter Schools, privatized education, new report, AllianceToReclaimOurSchools, CenterForPopularDemocracy, fraud, malfeasance, no oversight, federal, state, local govts, losing $$, revelations, Tip of the Iceberg, whistleblowers, investigations )

LucyKalei
- 127 days ago - commondreams.org
New report finds: Accepting/soliciting bribes; diverting public funds for personal profit; lying re: # students. Fraud & malfeasance cost >$200M! Due to lack of oversight, 'vast majority of the fraud perpetrated by charter officials will go undetected'
5 of the World's Biggest Banks Are Expected to Plead Guilty in An Unprecedented Criminal Case - Business Insider
Business  (tags: Banks, criminal charges, settlement, US, British, rigging currency markets )

Kathryn
- 107 days ago - businessinsider.com
LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Five of the world's biggest banks are expected to be hit with a combined bill of more than $5 billion and criminal charges on Wednesday in a settlement with U.S. and British authorities over rigging of currency markets.
Women Harmed By Unpredictable Scheduling | Al Jazeera America
Business  (tags: Irregular schedule, unpredictable schedule, US, low-wage economy, Center for Popular Democracy, work, family life, women )

Kathryn
- 110 days ago - america.aljazeera.com
Irregular hours and just-in-time scheduling are pervasive throughout the low-wage economy, but they do particular harm to working women, according to an analysis released Tuesday by the Center for Popular Democracy.
   

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