Some aspects of the contradictions of capitalism (i.e: the cost of running shoes) end up becoming part of the background noise of everyday life.
Immediate action is needed; the time to avoid the climate crisis has come and gone. We are seeing its early stages.
“A rich man told me if the government increase wages, his business is going to raise prices...." A Marxist answer to this argument against a living wage.
On Feb. 13, cable giant Comcast announced its offer to buy out Time Warner Cable with shares of its own stock valued at about $45 billion, or $159 per Time Warner share.
In 2005, Apple’s Steve Jobs arranged a secret and illegal pact with Google’s Eric Schmidt to hold down their workers' wages.
Beyond partial leaks that have surfaced, it is difficult to get a full picture of what exactly the TPP entails because it is being negotiated in secret.
The words “income inequality” and “economic mobility are on the lips of leaders of both major parties. What is behind this trend?
Eliminating competition and crisis, while saving the planet, guaranteeing people's needs and paving the way for a new stage of human history.
Capitalism is a legalized system of theft.
Contrary to ruling-class ideologues’ claim that capitalism is rooted in “free markets” and personal risk-taking, their system in fact could not survive without the regular, massive intervention of the state.