(A Discussion of Corporate Tax Dodgers in 2003)
(an e-mail newsletter from 2002 through 2006) contains information relating to corporate reform, scandals and fiascos in Washington and around the country during that time period. Each issue also gave readers a weekly action item to help make real corporate reform a reality.
In our efforts to build a better world, more than 200 organizations pledged ourselves to vigorously promote this common plan of action as an antidote to the systemic concentrated greed, power and control by enveloping corporate power that is relentlessly eroding our future as democratic societies under the sovereignty of their people.
(Also known as the Code for Corporate Citizenship)
According to corporate law, Corporations make decisions based only on maximizing profits and increasing stock prices. The Code for Corporate Responsibility seeks to add protections for the environment, human rights, public health and safety, the welfare of our communities and the corporate employees.