Occupy Wall Street Turns One Month Old, Goes Global
President Obama has spoken sympathetically of the leaderless protest movement, Republican candidates have criticized it, Paul Krugman speaks of the group's positive potential while rioters in Rome attest to its destructive potential...
From Wall Street to Fleet Street: Protests Set for London
The Occupy Wall Street movement, whose growing presence in Lower Manhattan has steadily attracted more notice, is spreading to Fleet Street, where protestors plan a Saturday march to the London Stock Exchange.
Warren Buffett’s Eldest Son, Howard, Defends Occupy Wall Street
Howard Buffett, in Des Moines, Iowa, on Wednesday to present a speech at the World Food Prize conference, said, “I think it takes that to make things happen sometimes,” adding that over the last 15 years “we saw large corporations really screw people.”
Bernanke on Occupy Wall Street Protesters: ‘Can’t Blame Them’
The Occupy Wall Street movement has some found legs, and Ben Bernanke, the Fed chief, seems to be at least a bit on the side of the protesters, as labor unions have now joined the demonstrations in New York.