The protest followed a demonstration that took place on Monday outside of the offices of Goldman Sachs investment bank.
Jon Corzine stepped down Friday from running the securities firm that collapsed after his disastrous bets on European debt.
The drums were beating on Wall Street on Thursday, but they definitely weren’t in tune with Bloomberg’s latest thinking on the protest. He’s upset that the protesters don’t report crimes, like sex-related incidents, in Zuccotti Park to the police.
Rajat Gupta appeared in Manhattan federal court Wednesday morning to face criminal charges.
The movement has been getting support from some unlikely places and has spawned questions about what protestors are actually trying to achieve.
You don’t have to live in New York to be fed up with Wall Street. Now, the movement has found its way across the Hudson River.
The NYPD said that there were about a dozen arrests Wednesday night. Most of those were for disorderly conduct, but at least one arrest was as for assaulting a police officer. Police said a protester knocked an officer off his scooter.
Demonstrators are planning to gather Thursday afternoon in front of the Goldman Sachs offices in Jersey City, in the heart of the city’s financial district.
It’s a classic urban dilemma: you have a package coming that needs a signature, but you can’t be there and don’t have a doorman. So, what do you do?
Former New Jersey governor Jon Corzine is reportedly being considered as a possible replacement for Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner if Geithner leaves before the end of Obama’s first term.
Executives from the country’s biggest banks met with U.S. Treasury officials Friday to discuss how debt auctions will be handled if Congress fails to raise the borrowing limit before Tuesday’s deadline.
The Treasury invited 20 of the largest banks to a meeting to discuss an upcoming quarterly auction of government debt.
Schneiderman is seeking records from three major Wall Street banks as part of a broad investigation into the mortgage crisis that fueled the recession.
A warning from Standard & Poor’s that the agency might lower its rating on U.S. government debt sent stocks on their worst slide in a month Monday.
Rajat Gupta said Friday in court papers that he denies all allegations of wrongdoing and “stands ready to mount a defense against each and every one of the commission’s charges.”