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Voting rights issue sparks huge fundraising across political spectrum
There’s been a fight over the right to vote throughout American history, but in the last year, it's gone into overdrive.
Chipotle's CEO on eating, hiring and corporate responsibility
“I think companies need to be accountable,” says Chipotle CEO Brian Niccol.
What drives corporations to sign — or not sign — a letter opposing voting restrictions?
Amazon, Netflix and Starbucks joined a public statement, but Coca-Cola, Walmart and others did not.
Black executives say corporations "must take a stand" against restrictive voting laws
"Marketplace" host Kai Ryssdal spoke with Kenneth Frazier, CEO of Merck, and Kenneth Chenault, former CEO of American Express.
What responsibility do corporations have to weigh in on voting rights?
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed a bill into law that overhauls state election rules and restricts voting in a number of ways.
Activist groups are helping formerly incarcerated Floridians vote by paying their outstanding fees and fines
Legal challenges to the fees continue, but they're not likely to succeed before Election Day.
Voting rights advocates equate fees to modern-day poll tax
In most states, a felony conviction can result in the loss of voting rights for some period of time.
No votes or donations, but DREAMers still play election role
Undocumented immigrants have a lot at stake in the election, but can't donate cash.
Why Facebook created a new kind of stock
The company's new C class shares means more control, and it's not the only company to use a tiered system.