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After raising roughly $700,000, the Occupy Wall Street movement is even more like Main Street: It's broke.
In an era of social unrest, the maker of the hottest new crowd-control device could be a stock to watch.
Beyond feeling pressure to line up before turkey's served, people are worried for the workers who actually have to be there.
Not likely, when a quarter of Yale grads are still flocking to finance. But student agitation is pointing in that direction.
The chef to New York's elite is finding comparing your customers to history's worst dictators isn't great for business.
Credit unions reported huge numbers of October account openings, but it's not clear yet if big banks are suffering.
The network that spawned The Situation offers "a real sense of how the Occupy movement is taking shape" this Saturday.