Matthew Cunningham-Cook is a writer and researcher with expertise in health care, retirement policy, and capital markets. A contributor to The Intercept, he is a researcher for a nurses union in Pennsylvania. He was previously a public sector researcher for the Communications Workers of America, and has written for The Nation, Al Jazeera, and In These Times.
Public Pensions Are Financing Refresco’s Anti-Union Campaign in New Jersey
Refresco is a subsidiary of PAI Partners, a private equity firm that counts several public pension funds among its investors.
Tech Platform for Emergency Rental Assistance Hasn’t Hacked the Problem, Chicagoans Say
The city has distributed just 16 percent of the $179.8 million it got through the Emergency Rental Assistance program.
As Purdue Pharma Sought Controversial Bankruptcy Settlement, It Spent Over $1.2 Million on Lobbying
The proposed settlement allows the Sackler family to walk away with over $6 billion.
In the Race Against Nina Turner, GOP Donors Fund Shontel Brown
With one week left in the Ohio primary, Republican donors have picked their Democrat — and the pro-Israel PAC supporting her.