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From the Arab Spring to Occupy Wall Street to gas protests in Nigeria, demonstrators in one country after another have risen up in protest against corruption, inefficiency, waste and other frustrations in both the public and private sectors.
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Retired city workers in the Liberal Utopia of Detroit are being asked whether or not they want the city to exit bankruptcy, by slashing retirement pensions and cost of living adjustments.
The Occupy Wall Street protester who was jailed for elbowing an officer in the face was released just last Wednesday, and she is now speaking out about the brutality she faced while incarcerated.
Meet the Mellons: Nicole, Olympia, 1, Force, 3, and Matthew, at home in New York's Pierre Hotel At first blush Matthew Taylor Mellon II lives up to his patrician name as we dine at his favorite lunch spot, a little Italian place below his apartment situated within Manhattan's stately Pierre hotel.
On July 2, Occupy Wall Street protester Cecily McMillan was released from Rikers Island, completing a sentence that her jury never wanted her to serve.
Jeffrey St. Clair on Hillary Clinton's miraculous rags-to-riches method of financial success; LA CONFIDENTIAL: Lee Ballinger on race, violence and inequality in Los Angeles; PAPER DRAGON: Peter Lee on China's military; THE BATTLE OVER PAT TILLMAN: David Hoelscher provides a 10 year retrospective on the changing legacy of Pat Tillman; MY BROTHER AND ... (more)
I met Marianne Hoynes, a second-generation social activist, thanks to one of the many enduring networks spawned by Occupy Wall Street .
Obama 2008, Occupy Wall Street, and Moral Mondays-no, they haven't changed the world, but they certainly haven't been failures either.
He spun on his heels and walked over to the public and stated that "Wall street greed and recklessness rippled across the economy."
There is a strong argument to be made that today looks much like it did three years ago when I studied the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Caleb Maupin is a political analyst who lives in New York City, and is an activist with the International Action Center and Workers World Party.
Most environmentalists see themselves on the left of the political spectrum, so what's the Left to do when leaders of finance capital take leading roles in confronting climate change? That development blossomed into public view last month with a coordinated offensive led by Hank Paulson, the Republican architect of the 2008 Wall Street bailout, and ... (more)
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I read an article in the Wall Street Journal wherein Michael McMillan, director of ethics and professional standards at the CFA Institute, was interviewed and discussed the difference between following the rules and behaving ethically.
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