Posts Tagged “occupy wall street”
by Beth Connolly on September 11, 2012
September 17 marks the one year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, the popular movement that cherrypicked protesters from demographics including students, recent graduates, the homeless, the overeducated, the long-term unemployed, and the long-term restless. Few if any of those protesters (…)
by Wall Street Job Report on September 4, 2012
The marchers who showed up for Sunday’s March on Wall Street South through the heart of Charlotte’s banking district in no way came close to matching the thousands that organizers had anticipated, but the 800 who did show up were a colorful bunch representing diverse political interests.
by Wall Street Job Report on June 22, 2012
Notes on Wall Street’s Bid-Rigging Scandal and more wall street news for the day
by Wall Street Job Report on June 13, 2012
A band of Occupy Wall Street protesters who call themselves “Occu-pirates” are facing off with the Parks Department over the right to keep a sailboat-turned-protest vehicle docked in the 79th Street Boat Basin and stage drum-filled demonstrations down the Hudson River.
by Wall Street Job Report on June 11, 2012
Though the movement may have succeeded in its goals, public and media interest has dropped off significantly since last fall.