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Wallace Turbeville

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Wallace Turbeville is a former vice president of Goldman Sachs and a fellow at Demos.

The spending bill includes a provision that would repeal a key section of Dodd-Frank and allow more risky financial trades. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

After a tumultuous 16 months, a judge on Friday cleared Detroit to exit bankruptcy. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

Large banks' big win on derivatives reform means nothing but bad news for the public. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

Top bankers get exclusive time with the president as profits soar again. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

A professor reviewed in the Citadel-sponsored Columbia Business School study responds. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

Columbia University economist Charles M. Jones published a paper underwritten by Citadel, one of the largest HFT firms. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

JP Morgan's regulatory dodge Read more

Money, Politics and Power

Tracking down the statistic at the center of Wall Street's HFT debate. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

Why eliminating most of the financial innovations of the last 35 years may be the best job creator ever considered. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

The financial services industry takes as much as $635 billion from the real economy annually. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

We dodged an administration that would have been hostile to financial reform. Now what? Read more

Money, Politics and Power

The prosecution by the mortgage task force led by the Attorney General of New York is sorely overdue. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

While regulators should have done more, it’s the banks that must be punished for their manipulation of interest rates. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

There's another, better way to go after the 1 percent than the Obama administration's proposed "Buffett rule." Read more

Economic Policy

The investment firm headed south as soon as it started prioritizing short-term gain over its long-term interests. Read more

Economic Policy