Corporations benefit from a great deal of things funded by all taxpayers.
-- taxpayer subsidized education of all young people, from k-12th grade. Not only does this education allow corporations to hire more productive workers who can read and write and use technology. Republican talking heads like to spout off about how minimum-wage workers have "no skills" but if McDonalds had to teach its cashiers mathematics in order to count currency, McDonalds might be irked.
-- taxpayer subsidized education also frees corporations from the necessity of providing childcare and/or paying workers enough that they can afford to work when their kids are old enough for public school.
-- the court system which enforces patents, property rights, adjudicates disputes, prevents monopolistic competition, etc., all at a very low cost to users. $25 per day for a juror -- what a deal (also, corporations, being non-human people, don't have jury duty...hurrah!)!
-- infrastructure, built (especially roads). Why do bridges have to be so strong? Trucks. Why do overpasses have to be so high? Trucks. Why are maintenance costs for highways so great? Hmmm...Trucks. Who mostly owns and operates trucks? Not human people.
-- infrastructure, tech. Thanks for the internet, taxpayers.
-- the SEC, payed for by all taxpayers, but pretty much more useful to corporate persons than to human persons.
What should corporations give us in return for all this delicious goodness that allows them to make money from us?
-- what is the actual salary breakdown of corporate employees? Not just the top five. All of them. You know what it is. Tell us in your 10-K's.
-- where are the employees employed? How many employees in each country? Tell us in your 10-K's.
-- what is the ownership structure of the company? Reduce the disclosure threshold below 5% of the company, & tell us in your 10-K's.
-- what are expenditures for all 501 (c) organizations? And what was the reason for making each expenditure? Tell us!