Real Time's Bill Maher got another shot in on Rupert Murdoch for his desire to take over Time Warner during this Friday's New Rules segment.
Jamie Dimon's not only not contrite after the Justice Department settlement, he's triumphant -- and has a big fat raise to prove it.
How do we fix inequality without fixing Wall Street?
Senator Elizabeth Warren called on Congress to solve the ‘too big to fail’ banking fiasco.
In a poll last year, nearly half of the senior bankers polled acknowledged a willingness to break the law to make money.
Wells Fargo Bank screws ordinary, hardworking people every day and barely shrugs when they screw up their lives. My story is one in many, and is a cautionary tale to those who have granted them such power.
Larry Summers is the wrong guy for the wrong job at the wrong time. This pick is terrible politics and worse substance. Progressives and women’s groups will fight this tooth and nail, and any chance of the President looking like he is a fighter for the middle class on the economy will go up in smoke.
Detroit’s bondholder-friendly, worker/retiree-unfriendly bankruptcy tells the story of an economy where the priorities are completely screwed up.
Yesterday, Elizabeth Warren introduced the 21st Century Glass-Steagall Act of 2013, co-sponsored by Senators McCain, Cantwell, and King.
Elizabeth Warren grilled Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew on the Obama administration's opposition to breaking up the big Wall Street banks that are "too big to fail."