Sen. Joe Manchin is “adamant” about fixing a tax break for wealthy investors, but fellow moderate Kyrsten Sinema had wanted to keep it untouched.
One private-equity-led hospice chain has thousands of seniors in its care and millions of dollars in government revenue. The owner's identity is a mystery.
Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse's criticism of Rep. Richard Neal's coziness with private equity tests the potency of an anti-corruption message for Democratic voters.
The company has an expired loan to “vulture” financiers and a pattern of laying off workers over the last two years.
Bankruptcy wasn't inevitable. It was Wall Street's business strategy.
In 2017, poverty is big business.