$154 million of Stumpf’s pay, subsidized by taxpayers, qualified for this write-off between 2012 and 2015.
While candidates are busy ranting about Wall Street’s fat cats, taxpayers are left picking up their billion-dollar tab.
This 23rd annual report reveals how taxpayers are subsidizing financial crisis windfalls.
As Americans are desperately trying to juggle their finances, bank CEOs are maximizing their profits through overdraft fees.
Five years after Dodd-Frank, we’re still waiting for Wall Street pay reforms.
Wall Street’s misdeeds haven’t loomed large this election year.
Founder Amadeo P. Giannini built a booming business while helping others improve their lot and their communities.
To reel in these mid-level richies, bankers are offering to pamper them lavishly.
Ordinary citizens are making their voices heard by moving millions of dollars out of the big banks’ coffers.
Smaller financial institutions take the time to get to know their clients.
Still another financial firm has tallied how much net worth is sloshing in the pockets of the world’s most spectacularly wealthy. So when will the time finally come to stop the counting and start the taxing?
Robo-signing foreclosure paperwork is a federal crime, but no bank or banker has even been charged.
Securing our future means looking for real solutions to our economic woes, not looking to Wall Street.
The most powerful master is the one who rules unseen and unmentioned.
Government efforts to finance job creation and other public goods can clash with subsidies restrictions in trade agreements.