Stephen Lerner

Director of the Private Equity Project, SEIU

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Director of the Private Equity project at the Service Employees International Union

Stephen Lerner on KCRW

As the Senate gets ready to vote on finance reform, The Financial Times has headlined, “Wall Street lobbyists braced for defeat.” Banks are highly unpopular this election year, and…

An Endgame in Sight for Finance Reform

As the Senate gets ready to vote on finance reform, The Financial Times has headlined, “Wall Street lobbyists braced for defeat.” Banks are highly unpopular this election year, and…

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Even when Wall Street banks were losing money and receiving taxpayer bailouts, top traders were getting multi-million-dollar bonuses.

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Even when Wall Street banks were losing money and receiving taxpayer bailouts, top traders were getting multi-million-dollar bonuses.

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Even when Wall Street banks were losing money and receiving taxpayer bailouts, top traders were getting multi-million-dollar bonuses.

Big Banks, Big Bonuses and Big Government

Even when Wall Street banks were losing money and receiving taxpayer bailouts, top traders were getting multi-million-dollar bonuses.

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