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Amazon Is Creating Cities for the Rich and Democrats Are Bending the Knee

Meanwhile, debt is exploding, Americans are very angry, and Donald Trump is honing in on a second term.
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The Most Important Thing You Can Do on Prime Day Is Not Shop at Amazon

This is a chance for you to take stock of your relationship with what might be the most powerful company in America.
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What Amazon's Fight Against Taxes Says About Its Political Power

Seattle tried, and failed, to tax the mega corporation, run by the richest man in the world.
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Amazon Is Too Big to Tax and It's Terrifying

The mega corporation led by the richest man in the world is flexing its political muscle more than ever. You should be worried.
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America Is a Spiraling Corporate Contract Dystopia

To live, you have to let corporations walk all over you.
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the internet

Inside the Reddit Forum Trolling Corporate America

Just try not to laugh saying these taglines out loud.
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Trump's New Tax Plan Would Cut Taxes for the Rich and Businesses

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin released the president's one-page bulleted list Wednesday, which called for tax cuts across the board.
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Bigger Corporations Are Making You Poorer

A wave of new research shows how as corporations get bigger, the share of money out there going to actual workers declines.
Matt Stoller

This Guy Makes Money Selling Fake Holidays to Corporations

And nonprofits.
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I Went to a Noam Chomsky Ballet

Five 40-something balding guys have turned the philosopher's ideas into a man-dance extravaganza.
Gavin Haynes

Corporations Have Finally Made Weed Boring

This year's Cannabis World Congress and Business Exposition showed just how corporate the weed industry is getting.
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An Apple Employee Was Found Dead in a Conference Room

According to a local sheriff, there are no signs of foul play in the incident.
Mike Pearl