The New York Times: Review: ‘Blindspotting’ walks a tense line in a gentrifying Oakland

The opening credits of “Blindspotting” showcase the city of Oakland, Calif., in split-screen, offering two distinctive points of view. One side shows a vibrant multiracial culture living in a frequently beleaguered environment; the other a gentrifying city whose newest residents — young, white, start-up-happy, new-money types — seem eager to embrace the area’s “authenticity,” as long as their interactions with its longtime residents don’t involve any real discomfort.

Read More

The Wall Street Journal: Wells Fargo reaches $2.09 billion settlement over mortgage-backed securities

The Wall Street Journal, : Wells Fargo reaches $2.09 billion settlement over mortgage-backed securities Wells Fargo. agreed to pay $2.09 billion to settle with the Justice Department over the sale of toxic mortgage-backed securities during the financial crisis. The Justice Department said Wednesday it reached a civil settlement with Wells Fargo to end the long-running probe […]

Read More
Page 3 of 30« First...234...1020...Last »