French filmmakers and funders defend auteur-driven works, finance documentaries that ask tough questions, and fight back against a mainstreaming of factual filmmaking, is one of the strong suits of Sunnyside.
It has never been capitalism or even the financial industry being attacked when Bain's style of operating is the subject: it is the worst kind of vampire capitalism that the Obama campaign is going after.
Greenspan sprung to the aid of the Wall Street Mafia by proclaiming loud and clear there is no need to return to the Glass-Steagall Act and all it would imply in restricting the proprietary trading of banks: "Glass-Steagall was never a useful vehicle."
What do an insurance agent in Tennessee, a homemaker in Ohio, a private investigator from Wisconsin and a helicopter stunt pilot in Hollywood have in common?
The front lines of an organization can lead the way and make visible to leadership what needs to change. The public, in turn, can work through the social web to let this vision be known.
As Americans make their July 4th plans, it's time to change the dialogue about our nation's newest veterans.
Intelligence, not luck, is what wins in investing.
Gupta's supporters will say he took on the government because he was convinced of his own innocence. As was Ravi. But was it a conviction born out of a sense of his own innocence or a hubris born out of wealth and privilege?
It has become popular to write about efforts to polish the profiles of bank CEOs. But take a look at the accounts of regulatory hijacking by the industry, or the revolving door between industry, regulatory and government representatives.
Last week, Rick Santorum, a man more Catholic than the Pope, in an appeal to fundamentalist, Protestant evangelical voters, said of Mitt Romney, a com...
Back in May I covered Martin Andelman's article about a homeowner committing suicide as a result of Wells Fargo "mistakenly" foreclosing on his home. Now, Wells Fargo has taken action against ML-Implode, who hosts Andelman's site, by freezing its bank account.
There's a lot of talk about Europe at the moment, but it's kind of the way you talk about flooding when the waters don't reach your house. Sure, it must be real tough for the poor saps whose couches are bobbing around in their living rooms -- but meantime, what's for dinner?
The euro appears to be a marriage of incompatible partners. Fortunately, there are alternatives to an ugly divorce. Rules that can be bent for banks can be bent for people and nations.
Henry Kaufman, Dr. Gloom from a distant age when Salomon Brothers was still King of Wall Street, penned an op-ed in the Wall Street Journa declaring that, sooner or later, the era of monstrous, too-big-to-fail banks will end.
Capitalism is simple. You let winners win. You let losers lose. You regulate the whole show to the minimum degree realistically necessary to protect workers, consumers and citizens. Those simple rules have been forgotten.
I can no longer look judges in the eye and tell them I am entitled to millions in fees for so-called class member "benefits" which I believe actually harms the interests of class members, consumers, and society in general.