News
Ellen Russell | Canada likes to think of itself as the country that emerged from the financial crisis squeaky clean. Too bad it is abdicating a leadership role in creating a safer financial system going forward.
Blog
TMC MediaWire Blogger, Zach Carter | A new study conducted by a team of academics reveals that the majority of workers at the bottom of the economic ladder have been shorted on their paychecks as recently as last week.
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TMC MediaWire Blogger, Zach Carter | After Ben Bernanke allowed an $8 trillion housing bubble to ravage the global economy and nearly destroy the U.S. financial system, President Barack Obama has decided he deserves another term.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | It looked like it was business as usual for President Obama on the first day of his Martha's Vineyard vacation, as he spent five hours golfing with Robert Wolf, president of UBS Investment Bank.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Canada has tested the limits of the power of inertia in economic policy. It is time for something new.
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Linda McQuaig | Lisa Raitt's taped comments raise questions about what role the banks may have played in nixing the coalition, and also what power they wield over the severely financially strapped Liberal party.
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Duncan Cameron | The current economic crisis raises two questions. What went wrong? What can be done about it? There is a facile answer to the first question. Capitalism is crisis prone.
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Duncan Cameron | Bloomberg News estimates $12.8 trillion as the amount of financial support already given by the U.S. authorities to its banking system -- where are the improvements?
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Trish Hennessy | <p>I'm expecting Harper to replace the blue sweater from the last election with a plaid polyester suit and a t-shirt that says "I've got great swampland in Florida for you."</p>
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Garth Drabinsky and Myron Gottlieb's theatre company was a symptom in that era of high globalization, the 1990s: theatre as a vehicle for corporate grandiosity.
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The Media Consortium | This week there were a lot of reactions to Tim Geithner's new bailout plan. The Weekly Audit also highlights a couple of pieces on much-needed structural reforms to the U.S. corporate landscape.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | This is a linguistic deficit that reflects a democratic deficit, since the views of the majority are simply not heard in a crucial debate.