occupy wall street

  • October 4, 2011  

    Median executive compensation has more than quadrupled over the last four decades, even through the latest financial crisis. Margaret Warner explores how CEOs can still command such salaries and benefits in light of the recession with Michael Faulkender of the University of Maryland and James Stewart of The New York Times. Continue reading

  • October 3, 2011   BY  

    Over 700 people were arrested for traffic violations on the Brooklyn Bridge during an “Occupy Wall Street” march Saturday, Oct. 1. The protests began Sept. 17 in New York City and have spread to several other cities, including Los Angeles and Boston. Continue reading

  • October 3, 2011  

    Protesters in the Occupy Wall Street movement are maintaining a growing campaign against corporate and political forces that they say are fueling economic inequality in America. Judy Woodruff examines who’s involved in the protests and what they’re seeking with WNYC Radio’s Arun Venugopal and DNAinfo.com’s Julie Shapiro. Continue reading

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