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

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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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