Joe Stiglitz and Frank Rich discuss why a booming Wall Street is having little impact on income inequality.
This has nothing to do with Democrats or Republicans. The corrupting influence of Wall Street is everywhere.
Fox News has a discussion about how America has so many poor because it’s too “comfortable” an option.
Goldman’s shareholder was sick and tired of the company’s shadowy role in spending millions lobbying Washington.
It’s nice to know 2,300 employees were willing to sacrifice their careers to pay for two men’s 33% pay raise.
With criticism of the Big Banks coming from all sides, breaking them up may actually be a (slim) possibility.
Warren asks the questions that most in DC won’t. It’s not polite dinner conversation to question the 1%.
Washington is too co-opted by Wall Street to care about banks that are too big to fail.
“In large part, the profits they report are essentially transfers from taxpayers to their shareholders.”
How patriotic, using offshore investments in the Caymans to shield himself from paying US taxes.