Accountable.us — Corporations Still Don’t Want to Pay Taxes

Accountable.us Reports: As the House Ways and Means Committee moves forward on President Biden’s Build Back Better agenda that will hold corporations accountable by making them pay their fair share, big corporate interests — led by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce — continue their massive lobbying blitz to obstruct much-needed progress to help American workers and families. These corporations are spending millions to stop help from getting into families’ pockets despite recent…

Making A Difference 

Jeff Sonnenfeld says that CEOs play an essential role in speaking out on political issues. Last year, CEOs took on major issues regarding immigration, racial justice, election security and voting access. As Michael Dell commented, “If CEOs can’t speak out on voting access, what can they address?” The collective voice of CEOs provides them protection…

Corporate America launches massive lobbying blitz to kill key parts of Democrats’ $3.5 trillion economic plan – The Washington Post

A torrent of political groups representing some of the country’s most influential corporations — including ExxonMobil, Pfizer and the Walt Disney Company — are laying the groundwork for a lobbying blitz to stop Congress from enacting significant swaths of President Biden’s $3.5 trillion economic agenda. The emerging opposition appears to be vast, spanning drug manufacturers,…

Fox faces vote on lobbying proposal | Corporate Secretary

The SEC has given the green light for shareholders in Fox Corporation to vote this fall on a proposal regarding the company’s lobbying activities. The proposal, filed by Kenneth Steiner on behalf of John Chevedden, requests that Fox prepare an annual report disclosing: Company policy and procedures governing direct and indirect lobbying and ‘grassroots lobbying…

Activist Shareholders Score Wins on Election Spending After Riot

“Increased political polarization, the 2020 Election, and the January 6th attack on the Capitol, have shown companies that spending corporate dollars on political causes is risky business,” [Thomas] DiNapoli said in a statement to Bloomberg Law. The trend is expected to continue as activist shareholders vow to make sure that companies stay true to their…