Washington, DC--Good Jobs First executive director Greg LeRoy made the following statement concerning Amazon.com’s announcement of a 20-site “short list” for its second headquarters, or “HQ2,” location.
The latest addition to Violation Tracker, the country’s first public database of corporate crime and misconduct, includes more than 1,000 cases handled by U.S. Attorney’s Offices around the country since 2000.
Washington, DC — Good Jobs First today announced an update to its Subsidy Tracker database that adds 57,000 new entries with a total value of more than $14 billion.
Washington, DC, September 27, 2017— Good Jobs First today announced “Subsidy Tracker 2” – a new online database for tax-break spending records issued thanks to GASB Statement 77 on Tax Abatement Disclosures. This first-time ever data is being issued by an estimated 50,000 local and state governments.
Washington, DC, September 19, 2017—An expansion of Violation Tracker, the first public database of corporate crime and misconduct in the United States, now makes it possible to access details of cases ranging from the big business scandals of the early 2000s during the Bush administration through those of the Trump administration to date. Violation Tracker, produced by the Corporate Research Project of Good Jobs First, is available at no charge at www.goodjobsfirst.org/violation-tracker or violationtracker.org.