The desire to protect the interests of US corporations contributed to American decisions to pursue regime change in Latin America. Scholars have investigated how various other motivations, such as cold war fears of Communism and geopolitical interests contributed to American foreign policy in Latin America, but the role which economic interests had in these efforts has been understudied. From corporate support for coups in Honduras and Nicaragua to the attempted coup in Bolivia as recently as 2019, the desire to protect corporate economic have clearly contributed to US policies of interventionism in Latin America. I intend to examine how this corporate involvement is a pattern within US foriegn policy towards Latin America. I will combine existing scholarship on the topic with state department documents showing the involvement of corporations in US imperialism in Latin America. Overall, I want to explore how economic concerns shaped US policies of regime change in Latin America.