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Wall Street is more terrified of an Elizabeth Warren presidency than previously thought, new report finds
Barclays drew up five reports that assessed a largely negative impact from a Warren presidency on many economic and financial sectors.
A growing number of Americans believe the government should tackle economic inequality instead of illegal immigration, new poll finds
Pew found 42% of Americans said cutting inequality should be a top federal priority, above the 39% identifying illegal immigration as a problem.
Bill Gates called for higher taxes on the wealthy in a New Year’s Eve blog post. Here’s a look at the American billionaires and multimilli...
The group includes Mark Cuban, George Soros, Ray Dalio, Abigail Disney, members of the Pritzker and Gund families, and a Facebook cofounder.
The world’s richest 500 people got way richer in 2019. Here are 15 other things that have changed for billionaires in the past year.
Depending on where you live and how you made your fortune, 2019 was either a very good year to be a billionaire — or a very bad one.
A Fox News poll found much stronger support for Elizabeth Warren’s wealth tax than Trump’s Mexican border wall
It's the latest poll suggesting the Warren wealth tax enjoys wide support across the American public. Most Republicans back the plan as well.
Elizabeth Warren’s proposed wealth tax will raise $1 trillion less than expected and slow the economy, study finds
The study assumed that Warren's wealth tax would lead to rich citizens investing less in the US economy, hurting its growth over the long run.
During his speech to the Israeli American Council, President Donald Trump also said some Jewish people 'don't love Israel enough.'
This 33-year-old economist hasn’t just helped shape one of Elizabeth Warren’s and Bernie Sanders’ boldest policies — he’...
Alongside his UC Berkeley colleague Emmanuel Saez, Gabriel Zucman has helped lead a resistance to the 2017 Republican tax cuts to fight inequality.
The billionaire backlash to the wealth tax isn’t about money — it’s about power. And our democracy lies in the balance.
"It is no longer possible to choose democracy without also choosing to tax concentrated wealth," says author David Goldstein.