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Employee-owned businesses drive good jobs and fair wages

Co-operatives hold promise for a “human economy,” says Enrich Sahan, head of Oxfam’s private sector team. The report generated headlines for its finding that the world’s eight wealthiest men hold as much wealth as the bottom half of the global population. Employee-owned businesses are a way to reverse such concentration, Sahan argues, and need greater

CEI Ventures raises $10 million to back good jobs and small businesses in Maine

The fourth fund of the venture arm of the nonprofit community development finance institution will look for investments of $250,000 to $750,000 that support jobs for low- to moderate-income Mainers. Coastal Enterprises Inc., CEI Ventures’ parent company, seeded the fund with $1.5 million, which helped bring in eight investors and 17 local and regional banks. CEI

Why Small Businesses, Not Big Companies, May Be the Future of Employment

President-elect Trump has claimed some high-profile job wins with big companies. But the future of employment is in small businesses. Carrier, Fiat, Ford and others have all recently pledged to create or keep jobs in the U.S. “I think a lot of industries are going to be coming back,” Trump declared at his press conference.

Trump is like the dog that caught the fire truck

By Dennis Price and David Bank It may be foolish to think that Donald Trump actually has solutions for addressing the wave of anger he rode into the White House. He’s spent decades stiffing contractors, outsourcing jobs and avoiding taxes. But if he’s looking for good ideas, let’s show him where to find some. There are at least

Clara Miller: Steering a Course Toward Shared Prosperity (Podcast)

https://medium.com/media/eb41009a46819b10cf3eade040db7b6e/href The need for a new strategy for raising living standards for poor Americans was the catalyst for the F.B. Heron Foundation to go “all-in” for impact. The mid-sized foundation is in the process of aligning all of its $300 million in assets with its mission of helping people and communities help themselves out of poverty.