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A closer look at France's 'Up All Night' movement

A closer look at France's 'Up All Night' movement

France's "Up All Night" movement has been likened to the "indignados" movement in Spain and "Occupy Wall Street" in the US. The first gathering at Paris's Place de la Republique was held after a protest against labour law reform. One month later, ... France24, 15 hours ago
12 arrested after clashes at Paris protest Emirates247, 5 days ago
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How Bernie Sanders and Occupy Wall Street Cracked Open America's Political Imagination

Written by A shift is happening outside the spotlight of the corporate media and our rigged political system. Socialism was the most looked-up word in the Webster dictionary last year. A recent poll conducted by Harvard says a majority of ...
 Toward Freedom22 hours ago Occupy Wall Streeters Turn Out for Bernie in New York  Rolling Stone1 week ago New York Does Elections Like It Does Wall Street: With Its Finger on the Scale  Wall Street On Parade1 week ago Occupy Wall Street  EducationNews.org1 week ago

The Spirit of Activism: From Occupy Wall Street to a New Playbook for Revolution

"People can't ignore my book," says Dr. Micah White, PhD. Well, people can , but once they've read the award-winning activist's innovative call-to-arms The End of Protest: A New Playbook for Revolution , they won't want to. Part manifesto, part ...
 Huffington Post1 day ago

Co-Creator of Occupy Wall Street: Why Protest is Broken

Micah White, the co-creator of the Occupy Wall Street movement, sits down with Bloomberg TV Canada's Amanda Lang to chat about this new book "The End of Protest." Five years after Occupy, White says protest is broken and we need to innovate by ...
 Bloomberg1 day ago Co-Creator of Occupy: Why Protest is Broken  Bloomberg TV Canada2 days ago toldThe Globe and Mail in March.  IPolitics6 days ago

Wall St. bank branches are evolving...and shrinking

As spring sets in, most branches are expanding as new life buds. Everywhere but Wall Street, at least. The industry is undergoing its most dramatic shift in how services are provided to the everyday client since the pneumatic tube was stripped ...
 CNBC1 week ago Wall Street bank branches are evolving ... and shrinking  MSN News US5 days ago

Prince, the activist: The times he blasted Wall Street, Freddie Gray's death, enslavement to Warner Bros. and the corrupt status quo

Legendary musician Prince Rogers Nelson died at his home on Thursday at age 57. Known simply as Prince, the singer, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter established himself as one of the most successful pop stars in U.S. history, releasing ...
 Salon1 week ago Here Are the Times Prince Blasted Wall Street, Freddie Gray's Death, 'Enslavement' to Warner Bros and the Corrupt Status Quo  AlterNet.org6 days ago

Overnight Finance: New rules proposed to curb Wall Street pay

The rules, if finalized, would require top executives at some of the nation's biggest financial firms to set aside over half of their pay for four years instead of the industry standard of three years. At the largest firms, executives would have to ...
 The Hill1 week ago

Goldman Sets Its Sights on the 99%

Like the rest of Wall Street, Goldman Sachs had a rough first quarter. Smoothing Out the Edges Even after a rough first-quarter earnings report, Goldman Sachs's shares rose on Tuesday Source: Bloomberg Revenue sank 40percent and net ...
 Bloomberg1 week ago

What are Students for Justice in Palestine's Foreign Connections?

(Before It's News)Bret Stephens has an interesting piece appearing in the Wall Street Journal which merits our attention. It concerns Students for Justice in Palestine, a growing national student organization that campaigns on college campuses ...
 Before It's News2 days ago Wall Street Journal slimes Noam Chomsky, Michael Moore — forgets about George W. Bush's monumental blunders  Salon1 week ago

Indian lessons from Wall Street heretic

Classically, the Japanese - who are not guided by short-termism - added capacity during slumps to be ready to reap their good fortune when the business cycle turned upwards again and shortages emerged, says Subir Roy. Two major vehicles for Indians' long-term savings, Employees Provident Fund (EPF) and the National Pension System (NPS), can now invest a portion of their savers' funds in stocks. It is, therefore, vital that both their fund managers and the managements of companies in whose ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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