Yes, young people are struggling. But the reality is that the college grads in the 99% have a much better chance of crossing into the 1% than those without a degree.
FORTUNE -- The burden of student loans amid high unemployment is driving part of the protests among the Occupy Wall Street movement. Earlier this month college students were encouraged to join the call through Occupy Colleges, which started as a MORENin-Hai Tseng, Writer - Oct 19, 2011 11:23 AM ET
Is the Occupy movement the coming out party for Kickstarter?
FORTUNE -- The Occupy Wall Street movement may hate corporate greed, but they're not averse to raising seed money like any good start-up. In addition to the $300,000 the group has raised through its website and deposited at union-owned Amalgamated Bank, organizers are raising money for their Occupy newspapers using Kickstarter, a crowd-source funding platform for creative projects started two years MOREBrendan Coffey, Contributor - Oct 19, 2011 8:00 AM ET
Citi's CEO says he'd meet with Occupy Wall Street protesters.
Fortune this morning hosted a breakfast interview with Citigroup (C) CEO Vikram Pandit, who said that the bank will report continued profitability for Q3 and that it is on track to hit its own metrics for future success (shocking, I know). He also claims to have not watched the HBO adaptation of Too Big To Fail.
Near the end, Pandit was asked for MOREDan Primack - Oct 12, 2011 10:27 AM ET
By Larry Doyle, contributor
I received a call yesterday from a reporter inquiring about my recent post Occupy Wall Street' Should 'Occupy Washington. Having had a number of previous discussions with this reporter, I welcomed her question as to what I thought the OWS movement should look to achieve or demand.
I prefaced my comments by stating that I hope civil unrest and random violence do not come from these demonstrations. America MOREOct 11, 2011 1:29 PM ET
When will "The 99%" turn its attention away from Wall Street and toward the university?
In the weeks since Occupy Wall Street began, a clearer narrative is emerging. The protesters (mostly) aren't asking that Goldman Sachs be tried for high crimes and misdemeanors or for the U.S. banking system to be dismantled. Instead, they are upset that the American Dream has become the province of the few, through little to no MOREDan Primack - Oct 5, 2011 12:50 PM ET
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