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Rise of day trading fuels retail brokerages

Oct 19, 2011
Higher day trading volume seems to be helping retail brokerages like Charles Schwab and TD Ameritrade.
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How Occupy Wall Street is different from other protests

Oct 19, 2011
Former student activist and now-Columbia professor Todd Gitlin discusses where Occupy Wall Street fits into the spectrum of popular protests and public civil disobedience.
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Mid-day Extra: Todd Gitlin on the Occupy Wall Street protests

Oct 19, 2011
An extended version of our interview with Columbia professor (and experienced protester) Todd Gitlin on the Occupy Wall Street movement.
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Remember Black Monday?

Oct 19, 2011
This final note today. A couple of 'em actually....
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From blog post to protest sign on Occupy Wall Street

Oct 18, 2011
The Atlantic magazine's Conor Friedersdorf talks about how his words from a blog post unexpectedly turned up on a sign in the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations.
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Occupy Wall Street occupies an odd park

Oct 14, 2011
Zuccotti Park is one of many privately owned public spaces in New York. Unlike city-owned parks, it's open around the clock.
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Weekly Wrap: Free trade agreements, Occupy protesters

Oct 14, 2011
Reviewing the week's headlines on Wall Street. This week: the new free trade agreements, the blocking of President Obama's jobs bill and the Occupy Wall Street movement.
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Occupy Wall Street protesters react

Oct 14, 2011
Marketplace's Alisa Roth has reactions from the protesters in New York's Zuccotti Park after a potential crisis for Occupy Wall Street was averted.
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Occupy Wall Street protesters energized in New York

Oct 14, 2011
The crowd in Zuccotti Park reacts to the news that they will not be forced to leave their posts this morning for a mandatory clean-up.
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Raj Rajaratnam sentenced to 11 years in prison

Oct 13, 2011
Rajaratnam is the biggest insider trader ever caught. So will the major sentencing act as a warning to others? And how does this affect the Occupy Wall Street demonstrators?
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