David Dayen

Why the Supreme Court Might Actually Rule Against the Corporate Interest
Homeowners have a lot at stake in Tuesday's Bank of America case
March 23, 2015

Homeowners have a lot at stake in Tuesday's Bank of America case.

One Bank Is Finally on Trial for the Financial Crisis
March 18, 2015

Nomura chose to fight in court instead of settle—and now we're learning exactly what it did during the financial crisis.

The Most Important Decision the FCC Made Last Week Wasn't on Net Neutrality
March 02, 2015

Chattanooga, Tennessee's internet is faster and cheaper than yours—and will remain that way.

The Next Subprime Crisis Will Ride on Four Wheels—Unless the Government Stops It
February 26, 2015

Subprime auto-lending is getting bigger every year—but it's not so big yet that the government can't stop it. 

Net Neutrality Is Liberal Activists' Biggest Victory Since They Beat 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'
February 05, 2015

The FCC's new rules show that activists can still beat the odds. 

Elizabeth Warren Is Taking Control of the Democratic Agenda
January 13, 2015

Her opposition forced a Treasury nominee to withdraw—the latest in a string of victories.

ESPN Is Finally Killing Cable. But Don't Celebrate Yet
January 06, 2015

The era of "a la carte" television may not be as awesome as you think.

Finally, a Financial Executive Is Sacked for His Company's Misdeeds
December 22, 2014

The chairman of Ocwen is being forced to step down.

Wall Street Is Dismantling Financial Reform Piece by Piece
Last week, it was a key Dodd-Frank provision. This week, it's the Volcker rule
December 19, 2014

Last week, it was a key Dodd-Frank provision. This week, it's the Volcker rule.

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