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The best-kept business model secret of our age is about to get the spotlight it has long deserved. It's employee ownership—a proven, common-sense pathway to reduce inequality, anchor jobs at home, and rebuild a strong and stable economy, using a vehicle that’s as American as apple pie: making entrepreneurs out of regular, working folks.

Hacking the American Dream: Progressive Senators Go Big for Worker Ownership

Podcast: How Employee Ownership Can be Advantageous for Your Business - Shareable

Podcast: How Employee Ownership Can be Advantageous for Your Business - Shareable

How Cuba Is Using Cooperatives to Decentralize Its Economy

Travelzest is in talks with a prospective buyer, believed to involve a management buy out (MBO).

On November 9, people across the left woke up and wondered, “What do I do now? Under total Republican control, how does one fight for progressive change?” Kali Akuno, the co-founder of Cooperation Jackson, a workers’ cooperative in Jackson, Mississippi, has been grappling with that question...

Meet the Radical Workers’ Cooperative Growing in the Heart of the Deep South

Spanish retailer Eroski and Basque accessible employment agency, Gureak, have opened the third supermarket entirely managed by employees with disabilities, in Vitoria-...

Spanish retailer Eroski and Basque accessible employment agency, Gureak, have opened the third supermarket entirely managed by employees with disabilities, in Vitoria-.

Worker cooperative - Wikipedia

Worker cooperative - Wikipedia

Co-operative Economy in Rojava and Bakur | Co-operative Economy in Rojava and Bakur

Co-operative Economy in Rojava and Bakur

The days of a union-dominated working class are over: Union members now make up less than 11 percent of the US workforce, down from 35 percent in the 1950s. This collapse has left many workers with little say over their wages and working conditions, and is often cited as one of the principal factors driving …

The days of a union-dominated working class are over: Union members now make up less than 11 percent of the US workforce, down from 35 percent in the 1950s. This collapse has left many workers with little say over their wages and working conditions, and is often cited as one of the principal factors driving …

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