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‘Wolf of Wall Street’ Perpetuates Negative Stereotype of Wall Street

Hollywood continues to push Occupy Wall Street themes in films.
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Billionaires Want to End Capitalism As We Know It

CNBC Europe promotes nonprofit seeking to ‘build a better version of capitalism.’ 
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The 'Assassinate Wall Street' Movie

A new movie suggests that the Occupy Wall Street movement was for sissies. It’s time for someone to start a new campaign on film: Assassinate Wall Street.
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Rumsfeld: ‘Entrepreneurs and Business Owners Improve the Lives of Their Fellow Citizens’

George W. Bush’s Secretary of Defense defends capitalism, slams socialism in his new book.
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For Gore, ‘Future’ Means Altered Capitalism, Democracy

Gore claims uninhibited capitalism could bring about climate catastrophe.
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USA Today Finds OWS Theme in Movies, Ignores Villainy

Drawing examples from Batman, Cosmopolis and Arbitrage, newspaper sees Occupiers in Hollywood plots, but finds little to criticize about OWS.
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NYT Celebrates Occupy's Attack on 'Unfettered Capitalism' in Hong Kong....But Does It Actually Exist There?

New York Times reporter Neil Gough pumps up the Occupy movement in the alleged capital of "pure...unfettered capitalism," an administrative region of Hong Kong, but then contradicts himself: "At ...
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Networks Forget JPMorgan Chase CEO Dimon Used to be Close Friends with Obama

Fair-weather friend Obama distances himself from Dimon once trouble arises. 
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NYT Co., a Multi-Billion Dollar Enterprise, Publishes 'Capitalists and Other Psychopaths'

Capitalists are psychopaths, explains a writer for the left-wing Nation, in Sunday's NYT: "There is an ongoing debate in this country about the rich: who they are, what their social role may be, ...

NBC's Matt Lauer Praises Richard Branson's 'Different Kind of Capitalism' Not Driven By Profits

Introducing an interview with CEO Richard Branson about his new book, "Screw Business As Usual," on Thursday's NBC Today, co-host Matt Lauer proclaimed: "...Sir Richard Branson argues the driving ...
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