by Alan Pyke Jul 13, 2016
Before it put its miracle Hepatitis C drug on the market, an American pharmaceutical giant carefully pretended the drug comes from Ireland.
by Alan Pyke Jun 3, 2016
The head of the Democratic National Committee is still listed as a cosponsor of industry-friendly legislation to sabotage new payday loan rules, however.
by Alan Pyke Jun 2, 2016
Federal regulations for payday lending are finally here. But are they strong enough to work?
by Alan Pyke May 27, 2016
A new court ruling sets up a Supreme Court fight over whether or not bosses can ban their workers from class-action suits.
by Alan Pyke May 24, 2016
One of the government's few successful prosecutions of a bank for mortgage fraud just fell apart more than two years after a jury convicted Bank of America.
by Alan Pyke May 10, 2016
Long-awaited regulations are going to make the "payday lending" business look very, very different -- and banks returning to small-dollar loans would disprove predatory lenders' primary talking point.
by Alan Pyke May 3, 2016
Minimum wage opponents still have other, more nefarious weapons to beat back the Fight for $15.
by Alan Pyke Apr 26, 2016
The fast food industry fights back.
by Alan Pyke Apr 14, 2016
The same debt panic that adorns Time Magazine's latest cover helped ruin the economic promise of the Obama era.
by Alan Pyke Apr 11, 2016
Headlines proclaiming a $5 billion settlement with Goldman Sachs ignore the fine print of the deal.