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United Illuminating plans to knock down a decommissioned Olive Street electric substation and leave a vacant lot at the heart of Wooster Square in order to reduce its local property tax burden and cut down on security costs.
There is a “major shift” afoot in corporate America on climate change, according to Axios. On Monday, energy reporter Amy Harder reported that major companies “across virtually all sectors of the economy, including big oil producers, are beginning to lobby Washington, D.C., to put a price on carbon dioxide emissions.” These companies, in other words, are asking the government to make them pay more in taxes in an effort to solve global warming.
Some subjects are just too sensitive for corporate America. When it comes to the draconian new abortion laws passed recently by some conservative US states, the country's biggest companies have been conspicuously silent. When corporate America ponders abortion -- an intensely personal matter that
Over the past 5 years, there has been a clear drop in seed investing. From 2010-2014 there was an influx of “micro” VCs, well-equipped to deploy seed capital. Since then, we've seen a gradual decline.
We must prevent corporations from writing the exploitation of black and brown labor into the law in permanent ink
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We don’t need the Export-Import Bank, which pads the profits of politically connected corporations on the taxpayer’s dime, but it’s back anyway.