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Occupied. S17 Updates for the Week of September 12

The timing couldn’t possibly be better in the final days before our S17 anniversary for the 99% and Occupy Wall Street to be able to declare a big victory. After an escalating week-long #OccupyHotNCrusty campaign in response to a serious labor dispute, workers announced both sides had reached an agreement over the weekend. Direct attacks on [...]

Book Review: Bailout, By Neil Barofsky

Book Review: Bailout, By Neil Barofsky

Like millions of Americans worried over their shrinking retirement funds, I relied on www.sigtarp.gov to find the truth about where our tax dollars were going and to whom. Author Neil Barofsky headed SIGTARP as Special Inspector General over TARP which Congress authorized and funded to keep track and oversee the original TARP (Troubled Assets [...]

All Our Grievances are Connected

Occupy these Actions and Assemblies Wednesday, August 8th, 5:00pm Occupy Gracie Mansion Gracie Mansion, 1670 York Ave, New York The Occupy Wall Street Disability Caucus invites you to a non-violent protest action open to all who wish to publicly show their dissent regarding Mayor Bloomberg?s policies against all marginalized [...]

Book Review: ‘Dark Pools’ By Scott Patterson

Book Review: ‘Dark Pools’ By Scott Patterson

Dark Pools is a page-turning, fascinating account of how computerized algorithmic high-frequency trading (HFT) and electronic platforms evolved, took over financial markets and turned the NYSE floor into a mere "puppet-show for TV." Author Scott Patterson, a reporter for theWall Street Journal, is a consummate observer. Dark Pools is a follow-up [...]

The Future of Occupy – Our NEW Website & Magazine

The Future of Occupy, which began as a simple website in October 2011 and launched the FoO newsletter in January of this year as a newsletter, has undergone a considerable transformation over the spring to re-emerge as a fully-fledged community platform and interactive electronic magazine. This process has been a joy as well as a learning [...]

9th Renewable Energy Finance Forum – Wall Street

9th Renewable Energy Finance Forum – Wall Street June 19 & 20, 2012 The Waldorf-Astoria, New York City

Managing Wall Street’s ‘Winner Effect’

Wall Street is not known for self-examination. Colossally bad bets and spectacular losses are more often treated as individual failures than systemic ones; risky behavior is seen as a sign of intestinal fortitude, not foolishness. In the wake of the multibillion-dollar trading loss at JPMorgan Chase (JPM)—considered the best in the business at [...]

Occupy Wall Street Updates for the Week of May 23

Last weekend, scores of occupiers took buses from New York to Chicago to join thousands of people from the social justice movement, peace advocates, occupiers, students, and labor to face the forces of the self-appointed world police: NATO. The demonstrators protested the culture of militarism, war, and oppression pursued by NATO, by creatively [...]

Bypassing Wall Street!

by Dara Albright, Founder of NowStreet Journal Some call it a cultural phenomenon. Others label it a colossal waste of time. No matter the sentiment, all attention was on Facebook’s IPO entrance on Friday. Well, except for NASDAQ, who was too focused on repairing its malfunctioning technology, oh, and the European Union, who was busy worrying [...]

Occupy these Upcoming Events

Join us in returning to Wall Street and Liberty Plaza every Wednesday for the ringing of the People's Gong and a common space for meetings and discussions. Whether you occupy a labor law workshop, an algebra course, a feminist general assembly, or something else entirely, the People's Gong is a perfect way to connect with other change-makers in [...]

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