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.

The Obama administration's Panama Papers misfire: Why new rules to curtail global tax avoidance could actually make things worse David Dayen
Yet another way borrowers are getting screwed: Inside the long-lasting disaster of American loan serviving David Dayen
One of the most popular arguments against raising the minimum wage is getting demolished David Dayen
This election is blinding us to a Wall Street outrage: Inside the media's negligent response to a foreclosure disaster David Dayen
The Fed needs a revolution: Why America's central bank is failing — and how we can make it work for us David Dayen
This is much worse than the Panama Papers: How America became a world leader in tax avoidance David Dayen
California's $15 minimum wage is a really big deal. Here's what you need to know David Dayen
Snapshot of a broken system: How a profitable company justifies laying off 1,400 people & moved their jobs to Mexico David Dayen
Bernie Sanders & the death of TPP: Why his stunning Michigan upset could be the final nail in the free-trade coffin David Dayen
The Democratic Party's working-class calamity: How a generation of workers were abandoned to corporate interests David Dayen
No, Bernie Sanders' moment isn't over: Why his gargantuan impact can't be erased by a Super Tuesday drubbing David Dayen
America's hidden economic crisis: The rising tide of statewide recessions & the GOP lawmakers who refuse to help David Dayen
America's most dangerous Zika challenge: Puerto Rico's health system is collapsing — and nobody wants to help David Dayen
It's a special club and you're not in it: Being in the same social class as the Wall Street bank you're borrowing from pays off -- just ask Timothy Geithner David Dayen
The Democratic Primary miracle: Why Sanders vs. Clinton is just the beginning David Dayen