All Articles on Wall Street

Joe Biden Serves Wall Street, Not Main Street
He has relied and continues to rely on the campaign contributions of Wall Street and billionaires, including union busting law firms.
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JP Morgan Economists Warn of 'Catastrophic Outcomes' of Human-Caused Climate Crisis
"Don't want to hear Greta Thunberg or Extinction Rebellion? Try J.P. Morgan instead."
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Buttigieg changes positions in response to pressure from Wall street and big pharmaceuticals. (Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images) Views
Buttigieg Is a Wall Street Democrat Beholden to Corporate Interests
Given his history, it is no surprise that Wall Street, Big Tech, Big Pharma, health insurers, real estate developers and private equity have decided to invest millions of dollars into Buttigieg’s campaign.
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With very few exceptions, the loudest voices to be heard from mass media are coming from individuals with wealth far above the financial vicinity of average Americans. (Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images) Views
The Escalating Class War Against Bernie Sanders
In American politics, hell hath no fury like corporate power scorned.
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'We're Just Getting Started,' Says Union Leader, as Worker Strike Activity Hits 35-Year High Under Trump
"Trump's economy is not a workers' economy, and workers know solidarity is the best way to fight back."
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Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) with his wife Jane Sanders takes the stage to address supporters during his caucus night watch party on February 03, 2020 in Des Moines, Iowa. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) Views
An Open Letter to the DNC From an American Centrist
I respectfully encourage the DNC to abandon its corporate allegiance, re-configure its membership and shift into alignment with the will of the people.
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Divestment Fever Spreads as 'Eco Radicals at Goldman Sachs' Downgrade Exxon Stock to 'Sell' Status
"The best reason to divest fossil fuel stock is that you'd like to help preserve a livable planet. Another reason is so that you won't lose your money."
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2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) arrives for a rally in Washington Square Park on September 16, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images) Views
Elizabeth Warren's Radical Critique of Corporate Bankruptcy—And How it Shapes What Kind of President She Would Be
The 2020 candidate's analysis dating back thirty years and the proposals she now promotes reflects an ideology that would make her orders of magnitude more radical than any President in our history.
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As Financial Institutions Grow Concerned About Economic Impacts of Climate Crisis, Activists Target Funders of Fossil Fuel Industry
As one volunteer put it, if we don't #StopTheMoneyPipeline that finances climate destruction, "it could blow up the economy."
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The reality is a stock market boom is not the basis of shared prosperity. (Photo: Scott Beale on Flickr) Views
A Stock Market Boom Is Not the Basis of Shared Prosperity
Our addiction to stock price inflation is politically and economically toxic. It is rooted in an illusion promoted by Wall Street, the Federal Reserve and mainstream economists that conflates the stock market and shared prosperity.
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