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JPMorgan Chase's recent activity on Twitter provides an example of the need for financial institutions to use caution when using social media.
Organized labor advocates targeted fast food restaurants across America on Thursday, calling for an increase in the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Occupy Wall Street protesters gather in New York in September to protest what they call economic inequity in the U.S. A claim by an offshoot group gets scrutiny in today's PolitiFact Oregon roundup.
Lots of controversy already over New York City Mayor Elect Bill de Blasio's choice of Police Commissioner, Bill Bratton.
When President Barack Obama proclaimed the fight against income inequality is "the defining challenge of our time ," you might have dismissed his words as the effort of a struggling president to revive his political fortunes.
He co-founded the groups United for a Fair Economy and Wealth for the Common Good.
Fast food workers organized by the SEIU are on strike today to demand a $15 an hour wage.
Bill Bratton was just appointed police commissioner of New York-again. The last time around, the mayor was Rudy Giuliani and there were nearly 2,000 murders a year.
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Today, Cablevision employees, fast food workers, unions, community activists, faith leaders and everyday New Yorkers who want to fight inequality rallied and marched for New Day New York.
In Washington, D.C., dozens of people carried signs and marched while singing "Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way, it's no fun, to survive, on low low low low pay."
Hang on to your ideologies, people - Naomi Klein is coming. The bestselling author, anti-globalization activist and all-around international liberal powerhouse is guaranteed to take your coffeehouse and dinner table debates to the next level.
Occupy Wall Street struck a deep chord with its notion that the fundamental divide in our country is between the "1 percent" and the rest of us.
Opinion, commentary and analysis on everything that makes the U.S. housing economy tick -- not to mention the ghosts in the machine, too.