A former banker visits the only member of Occupy Wall Street to receive a prison sentence: it sounds like the set-up of a joke or a parable of the modern age.
Rarely can a movement have been so hastily obituarised as Occupy Wall Street.
Twitter has relented in its fight with New York prosecutors to hand over three months worth of messages from an Occupy Wall Street protester ahead of the activist's criminal trial.
Robert McKeon, the founder of private-equity firm Veritas Capital and a former chairman of Wasserstein Perella Management Partners, died Sept. 10 at his home in Darien, Connecticut. The cause of death was suicide, according to the office of Connecticut’s chief medical examiner.
A good time for bankers to keep a low profile.
Three Occupy Wall Street activists were arrested Friday morning after attempting to chain themselves across the Brooklyn bridge exit ramp to protest the supreme court's controversial Citizens United ruling and corporate campaign funding.