This past year has seen four major wins on financial reform.
They agree on most issues, but when it comes to corporate power, Wall St. and immigration reform, they're far apart.
Eric Cantor's loss was a much-needed clarifying moment. Here's why.
The Hedge-Funders Who Complain About Creeping Socialism Are Somehow Still Getting Richer
May 06, 2014
Somehow, despite Obama, and despite getting beaten by the S&P, the top 25 still raked in $21.15 billion. Which is 50 percent more than last year.
In an interview, the 'Moneyball' author talks about Wall Street, his changing politics, and the French Marxist who's competing with him on the bestseller list.
The Toughest Cop on Wall Street You've Never Heard Of
April 16, 2014
How Benjamin Lawsky's making big bank pay.
The Tea Party and Wall Street Might Not Be Best Friends Forever, But they Are for Now
March 21, 2014
Sure, they complain about "bailouts." But the Tea Party's theory of the financial crisis has absolved Wall Street completely.
Washington Has Not Defeated Wall Street. Yet.
January 23, 2014
There are at least four major issues in financial reform that still need to be addressed.
A Small Bank in Utah Has Launched Wall Street's War on the Volcker Rule
December 30, 2013
While you were getting that pair of socks you always wanted, the government got an unexpected Christmas present: the first lawsuit seeking to nullify a portion of the Volcker rule, which regulators just finalized a few weeks ago.
2013 Was a Bad Year for Wall St. Lobbyists
December 29, 2013
Everyone assumed the banks would prevail. They didn't.