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Archive for the Month of April, 2006.
Viewing Corporatism NEWS articles 1 through 17 of 17.

April 1, 2006

Top 100 Executives - by Total Compensation

April 5, 2006

Coca Cola - Sucking Communities Dry

April 6, 2006

Insurers Saw Record Gains in Year of Catastrophic Loss - The companies that provide Americans with their homeowners and auto insurance made a record $44.8-billion profit last year even after accounting for the claims of policyholders wiped out by Hurricane Katrina and the other big storms of 2005...Top executives described the profit — an 18.7% increase over the previous year — as a fluke

April 8, 2006

Your Retirement Security Is at Risk. Not so for These CEOs - Top 25 Largest CEO Pensions

April 11, 2006

Drug firms accused of turning healthy people into patients - Healthy people are being turned into patients by drug firms which publicise mental and sexual problems and promote little-known conditions only then to reveal the medicines they say will treat them.

April 13, 2006

Big Oil, like Big Tobacco, talks sweet but plays dirty - ...while they're playing good guys on TV and in their philanthropy, ExxonMobil and other energy companies are playing quite a different role behind the scenes in Washington, where they've deployed an army of lobbyists and geysers of campaign cash to ensure that the federal government does nothing whatsoever about the problem.

April 14, 2006

Exxon Chairman Gets $400 Million Retirement Package Amid Soaring Gas Prices - Soaring gas prices are squeezing most Americans at the pump, but at least one man isn't complaining.

April 18, 2006

Legacy Of An Exxon CEO - Payouts as immense as Lee Raymond’s reveal that the many corruptions of corporate governance have hardly changed since Enron collapsed into bankruptcy.

Study: Health Insurers Are Near-Monopolies - Consolidation among health insurers is creating near-monopolies in virtually all reaches of the United States, according to a study released Monday.

April 22, 2006

Monsanto rakes in billions while Indian farmers commit suicide - Monsanto Terminator Technology -- Worldwide Famine & Starvation

April 23, 2006

Target: Wal-Mart Lite - Perhaps Target’s oddest singularity is the fact that it boasts one of the nation’s top forensics labs at its company headquarters. A product of its efforts to stop shoplifting and property destruction at its stores, its mastery of surveillance and investigative technology and strategy is now eagerly subscribed to by law enforcement agencies nationwide, including the FBI.

April 25, 2006

The Ten Worst Corporations of 2005 - 2005 was a good year for bad corporations.

Killing Us Gently - The Crass Vigilance of The Soft Drink Molochs and Their Slow Throttling of the American Public For Loaves and Fishes

April 26, 2006

Greed Thrives In Our Health Care System - Here's another one to remember when someone tells you that our "private" health care system works...

April 27, 2006

Exxon Quarterly Revenue Exceeds Annual GDP of UAE, Kuwait - Big Oil has been robbing us blind for over a century.

April 28, 2006

Chevron Latest Oil Co. With Colossal Earns - Chevron Corp.'s first-quarter profit soared 49 percent to $4 billion, joining the procession of U.S. oil companies to report colossal earnings as lawmakers consider ways to pacify motorists agitated about rising gas prices.

April 29, 2006

Gasbags: How dumb does Big Oil think you are? - ...it's no surprise there's been a concerted—and so far, unsuccessful—effort to downplay the scope, scale, and size of Big Oil's profits. Here's how they've done it...


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