Democracy at Work Institute

ASBN – How Employee Ownership Can Reshape the Economic Outlook of South Atlanta’s Minority Neighborhoods

From the Atlanta Small Business Network: When it comes to small businesses […]

Next City – Can Employee Ownership Preserve Legacy Businesses in Communities of Color?

From Next City: Philadelphia and other cities across the U.S. face an […]

Santa Barbara Independent – Worker-Owned Cooperatives Can Succeed

From the Santa Barbara Independent: The phenomenon of worker-owned cooperatives is a […]

Truthout – Capitalism Has Failed Immigrants. Can Worker Cooperatives Do Better?

From Truthout: “At first I was a bit nervous, a bit afraid, […]

Truthout – Explosion of Interest in Worker Cooperatives Drives Economic Changes

From Truthout: It’s been more than 10 years since the financial crisis […]

Commonwealth Hudson Valley – Cooperative Strategies 3: Support Conversions

From: Commonwealth Hudson Valley: In Philadelphia, city officials have teamed up with […]

The Nation – What if Workers Owned Their Workplaces?

From The Nation: While many coops are start-ups, conversion of conventional businesses […]

Bull City Today – Durham Participates in SEED Fellowship to Promote Equitable Business Retention

From Bull City Today: Find out how #Durham is continuing to find […]

National League of Cities – Employee-Owned Businesses a Tool for Equitable Growth

From the National League of Cities:  Income and wealth inequality, exploitative working […]

Next City – Worker Co-ops Catch on in Philadelphia

From Next City: Last fall, Colombia native Luis Eduardo Lozano and four […]

NPQ – Report: Business Sales to Worker Co-ops Can Preserve over 1,000 Jobs a Year

From NPQ: Typically, when US businesses think of employee ownership, the form […]

Next City – What Millions of Retiring Small Business Owners Could Mean for Cities

From Next City:  Roughly 10,000 baby boomers turn 65 every day in […]

NPQ – Historic Federal Law Gives Employee-Owned Businesses Access to SBA Loans

Read full article at:  Nonprofit Quarterly As we noted in NPQ last fall, nearly […]

Beneficial State Bank – The Employee Ownership Solution to the Silver Tsunami

From Beneficial State Bank: Linda and Gregory Coles founded their preschool, A Child’s […]

IEDC – For Retiring Business Owners, Worker-Owners Can Carry the Torch

From the International Economic Development Council (pdf): For the busy owners of […]

In these Times – Retirement of Boomer Business Owners Could Leave Millions Jobless – Unless Workers Take Over

From In These Times (pdf): The federal government estimates that more than […]

Confluence – New & Next: The Strengths of Employee Ownership

Building off of these trends, the Rocky Mountain Employee Ownership Center (RMEOC), has collaborated […]

Century Foundation – Reducing Economic Inequality through Democratic Worker-Ownership

From The Century Foundation: Employee-owned companies are a specific type of for-profit […]

Yes – As Boomers Retire, Mom-and-Pop Businesses Convert to Co-ops to Save Jobs

From Yes Magazine: Five years later, things are better for Rock City, […]

Webinar Recap – Poverty Alleviation and Systems Change with Worker Cooperatives

From Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy: A time-tested approach to community economic development […]

Shelterforce – Employee Ownership: A Solution that Preserves Retiring Owners’ Businesses

From Shelterforce: Reflecting growing enthusiasm for worker co-ops, the Eastern Conference for Workplace […]

Shareable – New York City to Make Historic Investment in Worker Cooperatives

From Shareable: The Big Apple got behind cooperatives in a small, yet […]