David Dayen

David Dayen is a journalist who writes about economics and finance. He is the author of "Chain of Title: How Three Ordinary Americans Uncovered Wall Street’s Great Foreclosure Fraud," winner of the Studs and Ida Terkel Prize, and coauthor of the book "Fat Cat: The Steve Mnuchin Story." He is an investigative fellow with In These Times and contributes to the Intercept, the New Republic and the Los Angeles Times. His work has also appeared in the Nation, the American Prospect, Vice, the Huffington Post and more. He has been a guest on MSNBC, CNN, Bloomberg, Al Jazeera, CNBC, NPR and Pacifica Radio. He lives in Los Angeles.

Amazon’s decision to pull out of NYC is a massive blow to corporate welfare David Dayen
“Welcome to the revolution”: LA teachers strike pits working-class power against privatization David Dayen
Trump appointees are pushing a deregulation plan that could dramatically erode consumer protections David Dayen
Postal banking could become a reality even without Congress David Dayen
Little piece of a very big pie: Looming writers strike is about much more than what's on TV David Dayen
Sorry you lost your home: Americans deserve more than an apology for the foreclosure fraud epidemic David Dayen
Trouble for the TPP: Business groups' desperate PR campaign signals possible failure for trade deal David Dayen
“It’s like a nightmare that just won’t go away”: The Corinthian Colleges scam demonstrates the madness of student debt David Dayen
Social democracy and the dignity of work: The U.S. must learn from Scandinavian "utopias" for Bernie's revolution to move forward David Dayen
Hope for those in debt: Can a non-profit help put predatory payday lenders out of business? David Dayen
A crisis we can solve: Denying health care to undocumented immigrants is immoral, unjust and un-American David Dayen
What John Oliver missed about debt-forgiveness: Debtors helped could still get socked with tax bill — another sign of a broken system David Dayen
New life for the labor movement: The Verizon deal is a huge victory for all workers David Dayen
Bernie says bail out Puerto Rico: Sanders details how the feds should rescue the territory as they did big banks David Dayen
How one woman beat the big banks: The amazing, true story about how Wall Street's mortgage fraud unraveled David Dayen