Candidate Trump repeatedly bashed high CEO pay, but President Trump has done very little to address CEO pay ratios.
The public faces of President Trump’s tax plan, Gary Cohn and Steven Mnuchin, are poster boys for Wall Street tax-dodging.
While you and I file our taxes, Republicans want to make it even easier for big banks to dodge them.
The culture that led to the 2008 financial crisis continues to flourish.
The 2016 bonus pool held enough dollars to lift the pay of all of the country’s more than 3 million servers up to $15 an hour.
The most pro-Wall Street White House we’ve ever seen is betting you’ve forgotten the 2008 crash.
Fortune 500 chiefs make twice as much in a month as U.S. workers make in a decade. But any move to require corporations to document that disparity would be shameful, a new Trump appointee argues.
Tax evasion by the wealthiest Americans is drying up our heartland communities and squelching opportunities for our young people.
When we cheer for the growth in stock prices, what we’re really cheering for is the further swelling of the bank accounts of the already wealthy.
Some of the same factors that make Wall Streeters fabulously rich are making construction work tragically unsafe.
Trump railed against Wall Street bankers on the campaign trail. Now they’re joining his administration.
We can say goodbye to the candidate who promised to fix a rigged economic system.
America’s top earners will be rushing to maximize their 2016 income if Democrats gain a sweep in November. But what happens next will be what really matters.
A new book from veteran researcher Dean Baker looks at the rigged rules that drive wealth to concentrate in fewer and fewer hands.
Nearly 70 percent of voters in four battleground states support breaking up the big banks and eliminating loopholes that favor Wall Street executives.