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Big Business’s Bonanza Week in the Supreme Court Article
A flag adorned with corporate logos and fake money flies in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., October 2013. (Getty/Drew Angerer)

Big Business’s Bonanza Week in the Supreme Court

The new 5-4 conservative majority is likely to rule against the legal rights of workers and consumers.

Devon Schmidt, Jake Faleschini

Hollowing Out the Volcker Rule Report
People walk past Federal Hall on Wall Street, New York City, June 2012. (Getty/Robert Nickelsberg)

Hollowing Out the Volcker Rule

Regulators’ proposal to weaken the Volcker Rule would expand loopholes, narrow definitions, give banks leeway to govern themselves, and introduce more risk into the banking sector.

Gregg Gelzinis

Corporate Long-Termism, Transparency, and the Public Interest Report
NEW YORK, March 9, 2017 :   Photo taken on March 9, 2017 shows the

Corporate Long-Termism, Transparency, and the Public Interest

Boosting SEC-regulated transparency on environmental, social, and governance matters can help align the interests of investors, management, and the public towards shared long-term success.

Andy Green, Andrew Schwartz

Indexing Capital Gains to Inflation Will Only Further Rig the Economy Against Workers Article
A street vendor sells replicas of the Wall Street Bull statue outside the New York Stock Exchange, March 2018. (Getty/Drew Angerer)

Indexing Capital Gains to Inflation Will Only Further Rig the Economy Against Workers

The Trump administration’s plan to allow capital holders to index their assets to inflation is the latest attempt to benefit the wealthy as it takes steps to cut workers’ pay and retirement savings.

Andrew Schwartz, Galen Hendricks

How a GOLIATH Act Could Restore Consumer Rights Article
Amanda Werner, who is dressed as Monopoly's Rich Uncle Pennybags, sits behind Richard Smith, left, former CEO of Equifax, during a Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee hearing on the company's security breach, October 4, 2017. (Getty/CQ Roll Call/Tom Williams)

How a GOLIATH Act Could Restore Consumer Rights

Restoring Americans’ ability to hold companies accountable would rebuild consumer power and trust in government.

Joe Valenti

5 Questions for the Fed’s Vice Chairman for Supervision Report
Randal K. Quarles addresses Council of the Americas during its 35th Washington Conference in 2005. (Getty Images/Chip Somodevilla)

5 Questions for the Fed’s Vice Chairman for Supervision

The Fed’s vice chairman for supervision will face questions on a range of financial regulatory issues when he testifies on the Hill this week.

Gregg Gelzinis

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