David Dayen

Finally, a Financial Executive Is Sacked for His Company's Misdeeds
December 22, 2014 1:42 PM

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.

Stop Celebrating the Ruble's Collapse. Cheap Oil Could Come Back to Bite the American Economy
December 16, 2014

The lower the prices of oil goes, the less sense drilling in Western states makes. 

Elizabeth Warren's Latest Wall Street Attack Was Her Boldest Yet
The Massachusetts senator isn't letting her Democratic colleagues off the hook
December 09, 2014

The Massachusetts senator isn't letting her Democratic colleagues off the hook.

Obama's Net Neutrality Support Shows Liberal Activists Can Still Sway the White House
November 10, 2014

Immigration activists should pay special notice.

Obama Says Economic Recoveries Have to Be Slow. In a New Paper, His Former Advisor Argues Otherwise
November 06, 2014

The next time policymakers claim that they just can’t help people when the banks screw up the economy, we can respond: “Don’t piss down my back and tell me it’s raining.”

Don't Laugh Off Hank Greenberg's Ridiculous AIG Lawsuit
It could be our best chance to learn what really happened during the financial crisis
September 29, 2014

It could be our best chance to learn what really happened during the financial crisis.

Michigan's 'Foreclosure King' Is Trying to Win a Seat in Congress
September 10, 2014

He made millions off his state's foreclosures. 

Remember This Moment When the Next Financial Crisis Strikes
The SEC could have fixed our broken rating agencies. It whiffed
August 28, 2014

The SEC could have fixed our broken rating agencies. It whiffed.

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