Main Street vs. Wall Street–Help Us Bring Our Money Back Home

kristy Community Development Solutions

A newsletter from Public Banking Institute Dear Friends of PBI, This is our work. We educate law and policy makers so they can write and pass legislation that creates affordable credit for the very people whom they represent. Read the bills in this Special Edition of the Public Banking Newsletter …

A sort of a shoddy investigation!

kristy Reforming Global Finance

A publication by Per Kurowski I refer to the “Wall Street and the Financial Crisis: Anatomy of a Financial Collapse” report by the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. It is a sort of shoddy investigative work. Why? On April 28, 2004 the Securities and Exchange Commission authorized the investment banks …

Calling Wall Street to Account

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“Calling Wall Street to Account” by Alan F Kay, PhD © 2011 In 1967 I started “AutEx” with a name that reflected the function of my Company.  Automation would bring computerization to the financial industry way beyond an Exchange, a place where floor traders went face-to-face to complete a transaction. …

EMM Covering REFF-Wall Street

Ethical Markets - R Green Prosperity, Resource Efficiency, Advisors' Forum

Ethical Markets Media correspondent Martha Shaw will be covering REFF-Wall Street to New York City, June 21-22, 2011.  Euromoney Energy Events and the American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) , with whom Ethical Markets is a media partner, are hosting this 8th edition. At the 7th REFF-Wall Street in June 2010, …

Recyclebank Tops Wall Street Journal’s Clean-Tech Company List

kristy SRI/ESG News, Global Citizen

By Bart King March 8, 2011 – Recyclebank—a company focused on rewarding individuals for green lifestyle actions, like recycling—was ranked #1 this week on the Wall Street Journal’s list of Top 10 Clean-Tech Companies. The ranking was announced at the Journal’s ECO:nomics Executive Conference in Santa Barbara, Calif., a forum …

Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission – Final Report

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Final Report of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission – January 2010 The Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission was created to “examine the causes of the current financial and economic crisis in the United States.” In this report, the Commission presents to the President, the Congress, and the American people the results of its …

What’s Really Behind QE2?

Ethical Markets Reforming Global Finance

More Good Sense from Ellen Brown.  Let’s Hope the US Can Really Focus on Direct Job -Creation  : for a start , to rebuild our infrastructure , invest in our  growing green sectors,  prevent  company subsidies to outsourcing and  curb the money leaving our country through Wall Street’s carry trade.  …

G-20 Communiqué: Heavy on Commitments and Committees; Light on Actionable Steps Forward

Ethical Markets Reforming Global Finance, News You Need

From Ethical Markets Correspondent  at the G-20 Summit, June 26-27 in Toronto, Canada June 28, 2010 – Toronto, Canada – On Sunday, world leaders converged in Toronto, Canada to find consensus on next steps towards ensuring “strong, sustainable, and balanced global growth”.  Although a few important measures were agreed upon, …