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Past articles by Susan:

Inside the tawdry, drug-fueled, violent world of America's top life insurance salesmen

Women say they were fed date rape drugs, compared to dog puke, and forced to watch a boss masturbate at a Globe Life insurance sales juggernaut. → Read More

Insurers grow wary of 'high-risk' executives in wake of #MeToo movement

A number of insurers that sell so-called employment practices liability insurance are demanding higher deductibles, restricting coverage for companies in high-risk industries such as entertainment, and demanding information about companies' sexual harassment policies, confidential settlements and even the level of activity on employee hotlines, a new survey shows. → Read More

Stark Lessons From Wall Street’s #MeToo Moment

On Wall Street, most men accused of sexual harassment continue to pursue their careers — even after paying large judgments. → Read More

Wall Street Goes Silent on #MeToo

Gender inequality remains “disappointingly similar” to the 1980s, as Wall Street regulators fail even to collect data on sexual harassment. → Read More

Entire Industries Are Being Blacklisted by Insurers Over #MeToo Liability

Companies with high-profile executives, big-name stars, celebrities, or iffy corporate cultures are getting increased scrutiny over #MeToo liability. → Read More

When #MeToo Investigations Go Wrong

It isn’t just Les Moonves and CBS. Workplace investigators face many obstacles when trying to get to the facts of sexual misconduct allegations. → Read More

Google and Facebook Ended Mandatory Arbitration for Sexual Harassment Claims. Will Workers Outside the Tech Industry Benefit?

Employee advocates caution that the arbitration changes are a response to pressure and could be reversed. → Read More

Wall Street Moves to Gut Post-Crisis Financial Rules

On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve proposed a major rollback of bank liquidity requirements imposed on Wall Street after the 2008 financial crisis. → Read More

Small Investors Are Prey, Again, for the Wolves of Wall Street

Congress tried to protect ordinary Americans’ portfolios with the Dodd-Frank Act, but today they are more vulnerable than ever. → Read More

Will Shareholders Lose the Right to Sue Over Corporate Fraud?

A top SEC official backs mandatory arbitration for shareholders. Financial reform advocates call it a blow to corporate accountability. → Read More

In 30 Years, Only 17 Women Won Sexual Harassment Claims Before Wall Street’s Oversight Body

Among 97 cases that reached an arbitration decision, only 17 women explicitly received an award for sexual harassment or hostile work environment. → Read More

Bank Earnings Are Soaring, but Congress Wants to Gut Post-Crisis Safeguards

The Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act threatens to undo many of the safeguards enacted by the Dodd-Frank financial reform law. → Read More

Under Trump’s SEC, Wall Street Secrecy Expands as Enforcement Shrinks

In Jay Clayton, Wall Street firms have a regulator who likes to dole out disclosure exemptions and slaps on the wrist. → Read More

Wall Street Wants to Kill the Agency Protecting Americans From Financial Scams

The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau has become a fast-moving agency that actually chalks up wins for average Americans. Republicans have sworn to kill it. → Read More

Financial Advisers Want to Rip Off Small Investors. Trump Wants to Help Them Do It.

The fiduciary rule, designed to protect investors from predatory advisers, went in effect on June 9. Now the financial industry aims to kill it. → Read More

Fraudsters filing fake email transfers to fool brokerages

Fraudulent wire transfers by email hackers is a constant headache. Here's how to protect yourself. → Read More

Susan Antilla

Susan Antilla is an award-winning financial columnist and author of "Tales From the Boom-Boom Room: The Landmark Legal Battles that Exposed Wall Street's Shocking Culture of Sexual Harassment." She has been a financial columnist for Bloomberg View, The New York Times and TheStreet. → Read More


Fearless Girl: Get ready to rumble

Susan Antilla provides Fearless Girl, the new statue that appeared opposite the Wall Street bull, some advice on how to fight misogyny in the workplace. → Read More

Sterling Jewelers Suit Casts Light on Wider Policies Hurting Women

Employee hotlines, mandatory arbitration and “tap on the shoulder” promotions can mask problems in workplaces, lawyers and academics who specialize in gender discrimination say. → Read More


How Uber got the message

Corporate failures on sexual harassment aren't new, says Susan Antilla. But now the Internet can help women like a former Uber engineer get executives' attention. → Read More