Executives at the biggest coal companies increased their compensation and terminated workers while their companies spiraled into bankruptcy.
Between the StopRush movement's pressure and Willard Romney's bankruptcy gang, iHeart radio is badly in debt.
I'm having a rather hard time understanding why it is that the City of Baltimore has apparently made the decision to follow in the footsteps of my adopted hometown Detroit and is shutting off the water in poor peoples' homes for falling behind on their bills while allowing the larger - and significantly wealthier - corporations and businesses to slide on by.
Take a long, hard look at what Rick Snyder and turnaround specialist Kevyn Orr intend doing to pensioners in Detroit because it foreshadows Republicans in Congress intent for Social Security.
Detroit faces austerity, vulture capitalists, and privatization as right wing ideologues pounce. Of course, no good will come of it.
The first beta-test of selling off a city to corporations began when an emergency manager in Detroit filed for bankruptcy, and it is a harbinger of the Republicans' plan for the federal government.
The rich are granted immunity from prosecution for robbing billions of dollars from millions of Americans and the poor are thrown in prison for missing a payment.
Toys R Us are headed for bankruptcy and dissolution that will earn Bain Capital Partners outrageous profits as they harvest another company under their supervision.
For nearly 12 years, one man with unwavering faith in the judicial system has taken on a modern day giant based on a belief that justice is due diligence and that in America, right overcomes might.
Much of the responsibility for Hostess shutting down lies with the company's management and the private equity firm behind them, and yet union workers are the ones bearing the blame.
Public records, FEC and SEC filings show that Mitt Romney profited from corruption, fraud, and racketeering (RICO) as head of Bain Capital.
There is a report that Willard Romney committed perjury in his friend's divorce proceedings, and it is not the first time he is accused of perjuring himself.
Steve Rattner, former US Treasury Auto Adviser, said that if Mitt Romney had his way General Motors and Chrysler would have died.
Romney has attempted to distance himself from Bain Capital's business practices, but he can no longer claim ignorance of hypocritical activities in Russia, Iran, or China
A new video confirms that Bain was never in the business of creating jobs, but rather of pumping companies for every cent for the Bain investors before harvesting the targeted business.
A look at some of the companies Bain Capital managed and eventually bankrupted, a pattern develops that gives begs the question; did Romney own a bankruptcy ring?
During the week that the Affordable Health Care for America Act is being reviewed by the Supreme Court, the Gingrich company that "fought" against it has filed for bankruptcy.