Koch said, 'The big banks have been among the biggest proponents of corporate welfare
In the last 35 years, states, counties, and cities have enacted 240 "megadeals"--amounting to at least $75 million apiece--that dole out corporate welfare
in hopes of spurring "economic development.
describes public policies that directly or indirectly meet the specific needs and/or preferences of private businesses.
A wealth of interesting, but arguably cherry-picked observations about the extent of the welfare state and the effects of taxation are given, but this is refreshingly accompanied by acknowledgement of the extent of corporate welfare
It is fair for profits and business success to be reflected in pay, but until these financial institutions are no longer being supported by corporate welfare
it is wrong to expect the public to directly fund jackpot pay-outs at the same time as labouring under the weight of depression economics and austerity.
Back in 2008, then-Senator Obama denounced the Ex-Im Bank as a government program that should be "cut back" because it had "become little more than a fund for corporate welfare
Public officials receive pay-for-play campaign donations from team owners, their consultants, and lobbyists in exchange for corporate welfare
and support of eminent domain.
Today's action is the worst kind of corporate welfare
that does nothing to create jobs.
is old news, but a dole for distressed CEOs?
Mr Gilmore also called Nama the "biggest corporate welfare
cheque ever written".
The call came at a seminar on "Mental Health Challenges at Workplace in the UAE," organised by the Corporate Welfare
Department of ETA Ascon Star Group and the Indian Consulate in Dubai on Saturday.
Here is the problem: While Wyden and DeFazio supposedly opposed corporate welfare
by opposing the bailout, they both support massive corporate welfare
here in Oregon.