Newly appointed American Prospect executive editor David Dayen, who will be joining the magazine June 1, is a contributing writer to Salon. He also writes for The Intercept, The New Republic, and The Fiscal Times. His first book, Chain of Title, about three ordinary Americans who uncover Wall Street's foreclosure fraud, was released by The New Press in 2016.
Hedge funds make big returns by manipulating markets in ways that are illegal for small investors. Remind us: Why are they permitted?David DayenApr 25, 2016
In behind-the-scenes negotiations with China, the Obama administration is pushing a trade compact that could export jobs overseas and erode worker protections. Why?David DayenMar 18, 2016
In a deal struck Sunday, hedge funds led by billionaire investor Paul Singer have managed to squeeze billions out of a struggling economy.David DayenMar 01, 2016
Election-year jitters and bad economic signs cloud outlook on Capitol Hill for Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact.David DayenFeb 01, 2016
The pain caused by Puerto Rico's financial crisis is very real, despite what investors may think.David DayenJan 07, 2016