While still a law professor in the 1990s, Elizabeth Warren moderated a pair of public television discussions on corporate America that involved her acting out scenarios like an imaginary CEO fighting for a pay raise and on how to pull off exporting American jobs.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D., Mass.) campaign compared her to President Franklin D. Roosevelt on Monday in a fundraising email after a report of Wall Street CEOs fretting about her candidacy.
When the definitive account of America’s decline and fall is ultimately written, there will presumably be a whole chapter dedicated to Fyre Festival, the epically failed criminal conspiracy / luxury music festival for trust fund thinkfluencers that is currently the subject of two popular documentaries, one on Hulu and Netflix.
Democratic senator Sherrod Brown (Ohio) has raked in millions of dollars from the financial and banking sectors despite depicting himself as an anti-Wall Street populist.
Former President Barack Obama on Tuesday took credit for booming U.S. oil and gas production, telling investors to “say thank you” to him.
In a victory for the longstanding Wall Street “Charging Bull” statute, New York City Hall announced the “Fearless Girl” statue will soon move to a new location three blocks away.
The Washington Post fact checker on Wednesday gave Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin (Wis.) “three Pinocchios” for claiming in a recent campaign ad that a hedge fund in New York was responsible for shutting down a Wisconsin factory and making the town it was in go “bankrupt.”
State Street Corp., the multi-trillion dollar asset manager that installed the “Fearless Girl” statue on Wall Street, settled allegations Thursday that it discriminated against female executives.
Whitney Tilson, the hedge fund manager who was trashed by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) last December despite being one of her biggest fans, announced on Thursday that he was shutting down his firm due to poor performance, according to a Bloomberg report.