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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.

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.

Occupy Wall Street spreads to London

Oct 14, 2011
As Occupy Wall Street in New York scores a victory this morning, plans are in the works for similar protests in London.

Occupy Wall Street dealt a victory with clean-up cancellation

Oct 14, 2011
A clean-up planned in New York's Zuccotti Park this morning has been postponed indefinitely after protesters spent the night cleaning the park themselves.

Voices from Occupy Wall Street

Oct 14, 2011
From unemployed college grads to homemakers, reporter Stacey Vanek Smith talks to the people who are protesting in Zuccotti Park.
Occupy Wall Street protesters.
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Dear Wall Street, this is why the people are angry

Oct 14, 2011
Josh Brown may be in the same group as the bankers and brokers that the Occupy movements are protesting against, but he's just as angry as the protestors are at his own industry.

Op-ed: Stop Wall Street recruitment on college campuses

Oct 12, 2011
Stanford graduate Teryn Norris discusses why he is concerned about Wall Street recruiters targeting students at universities across the U.S.

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The atmosphere and voices of Occupy Wall Street

Oct 10, 2011
CNBC's John Carney reports straight from the Occupy Wall Street protests, and what the atmosphere is like there.

Should Occupy Wall Street get more specific?

Oct 7, 2011
The protests continue, and as they grow in size and relevance, so arise calls for specific requests and policy proposals. Will the movement be able to develop specifics, or will they hurt the movement?

Wall Street protests grow

Oct 6, 2011
Occupy Wall Street claims to represent 99 percent of the population. It's attracting nurses, transit workers and other union members. But what exactly does the movement want?