Corporate Cheapskates

“Corporate Cheapskates” are companies that our data shows have not committed to sharing the benefits of their new tax cuts with employees either through a bonus or a wage increase. This list also includes companies that have not provided enough information for the cost of the bonuses or wage increases to be estimated.

Fortune 500 companies’ revenues were $12.1 trillion in 2016, or two-thirds of the entire U.S. economy (GDP). [Fortune]

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