JUST Capital Releases Its Groundbreaking New Rankings on Corporate Tax Reform

The JUST Capital
Rankings on Corporate Tax Reform

We’re thrilled to announce today’s release of our Rankings on Corporate Tax Reform, published in The New York Times. This groundbreaking new research analyzes the 90 largest publicly-traded U.S. companies that have so far made commitments tied to the tax cut, and will continue to track how investments, as they are announced, align with the priorities of the American people. With the release of these rankings, JUST Capital aims to create some much-needed transparency around this highly relevant issue.2017

Year In Review

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