The SEC requires corporations to explain if they consider diversity in appointing their corporate boards. They don't even do that.
Everyone pays some of the corporate income tax, even as those on the top pay the vast majority of it.
The University of Chicago's Loukas Karabarbounis and Brent Neiman have an interesting new working paper documenting how corporations have used their money from 1975 to 2007. The short version: corporations started saving more of their income, and paying less of it out in wages.