SEIU makes up its mind….

After waffling for months, now it looks like SEIU has finally decided that private equity buyout funds are a bad…

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THR’s naive view of labor

The Hollywood Reporter can usually be counted on for well researched, if too short, stories that provide good insight into…

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Guilds’ digital disharmony reaches top of AFL-CIO

As I suggested a few days, back, SAG-AFTRA tensions are heating up. Now SAG’s leadership has tried a sit down…

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Road Bump or Earth Quake in Digital Distribution?

In late 1999, I worked closely with the AFL-CIO to defend German workers targeted by Vodafone in their takeover bid…

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S.A.G.-Aftra War: Missing the Forest?

Over on the major bulletin boards followed by union activists in the EMI sector, a battle is brewing between S.A.G.…

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Workers kill boss in China over unpaid wages

This may be one reason employers want the State/Party backed ACFTU in their workplaces in China! CSR Asia – Workers…

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Credit Crunch Heading West – Terrible Timing for Guilds

The headlines coming from Wall Street these days sing only one tune: the end of cheap credit. That means interest…

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Beyond the Berle and Means Paradigm: Private Equity and the New Capitalist Order

I have blogged about the important role that private equity funds play in the global econmy and about their impact…

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SSRN-Beyond the Berle and Means Paradigm: Private Equity and the New Capitalist Order

I have blogged here about the important role that private equity funds now play in corporate America. I decided to…

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Private Equity and the New Capitalist Order

I have blogged here about the important role that private equity funds play in the new Hollywood. I decided to…

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