WALL STREET

9.12.19

The .01 Percent Freakout Over Elizabeth Warren Just Makes Her More Powerful

Wall Street is vocally unhappy with the idea of a Warren presidency. That's kind of the point.

6.4.19

Elizabeth Warren’s Ready to Unleash Her Economic Plans — Starting with Green Manufacturing

Another big piece of her plan is to get rid of the Commerce Department

5.24.19

Wall Street’s Sustainable Darling Is Profiting from Climate Change

The world's largest asset manager, BlackRock, has millions of dollars invested in fossil fuels despite claiming to be a steward of the environment.

5.9.19

Bernie and AOC Just Teamed Up to Take On Credit Card Companies

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is introducing her first bill as a congresswoman and Wall Street isn't going to like it.

4.29.19

Chase doesn’t get why customers aren’t saving money. Elizabeth Warren has an answer.

The 2020 candidate shot back at the now-deleted advice from the big bank that got a big bailout

4.3.19

Elizabeth Warren’s new bills are trying to make it easier to jail CEOs

“When a criminal on the street steals money from your wallet, they go to jail,” Warren said.

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3.12.19

Two of Trump's banks just got subpoenaed for records

It's the latest real-world impact of Michael Cohen’s blockbuster Congressional testimony

2.5.19

Billionaire Howard Schultz is very upset you’re calling him a billionaire

He suggests the softer "people of means"

1.29.19

All the ways 2020 Democrats sound a lot more like Bernie than Hillary

The Democrat 2020 hopefuls are getting behind these 4 progressive ideas that were only recently considered leftist

1.24.19

Elizabeth Warren wants a yearly wealth tax on America's hyper-rich, report says

Her proposal would also include mechanisms to thwart tax dodgers

1.23.19

AOC and other progressive freshmen will get to grill Trump officials from their new committee seats

Justice Democrats backed all four new members of the House Oversight Committee.

1.9.19

'Income Sharing' Is Wall Street's Potentially Predatory Alternative to Student Loans

The Hot New Millennial Trend is something critics call "indentured servitude."

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