Susan Antilla
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    Susan Antilla is a reporting fellow at The Investigative Fund at The Nation Institute. She is an award-winning investigative journalist, columnist, and author writing about business and finance — on topics such as investor protection, securities regulation, and sexual harassment in the workplace — since 1978. She was author of the Sunday "Wall Street" column at the New York Times and has been a columnist at Bloomberg View and TheStreet.com. Antilla is the author of the book Tales From the Boom-Boom Room: The Landmark Legal Battles That Exposed Wall Street's Shocking Culture of Sexual Harassment (2002), an exposé of sexual harassment and discrimination on Wall Street in the 1990s and the subsequent groundbreaking legal actions that followed.

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  • The Advice Trap
  • Financial advisers want to rip off small investors. Trump wants to help them do it.

  • The Advice Trap
  • Financial advisers want to rip off small investors. Trump wants to help them do it.