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Gary Gensler SEC Chairman?

Gary Gensler SEC Chairman: Predictions and Advice

Gary Gensler, a former financial regulator, and Goldman Sachs banker, now at MIT, is rumored Biden’s choice to head the SEC. As head of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), he helped uncover interest-rate rigging on Libor, which underpins $300T in loans. Banks had to cough up $9B in fines. He pushed for transparency around derivative trading and […]

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Corporate Accountability Spring 2021

Corporate Accountability Spring 2021 Online Workshop

Corporate Accountability Spring 2021: Restoring the Balance. Our online course repeats, again lead by shareholder advocate Jim McRitchie. The class is offered through the Renaissance Society, an extension program of California State University, Sacramento. The class is held on Zoom, so can be taken from anywhere with a good internet connection. Mondays, Feb. 8 to […]

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‘We the People’ Already Have a Partial Road Map to Fight Citizens United: Stocks and Mutual Funds

Guest Post by Shari Dunn is an attorney and journalist who is also a “True Believer,” Bon Vivant, Raconteur, Creative, Dreamer and Muse.  Never believe that a few caring people can’t change the world. For indeed, that’s all who ever have.  That’s one of Dunn’s favorite quotes from Margaret Mead. In this guest post (originally posted at […]

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