This is an amazing video from Yahoo's Daily Ticker. It's even more remarkable when you consider Henry Blodget's background. He was a stock analyst for Merrill Lynch who ended up paying $4 million in penalties for securities fraud. Now he's the editor of Business Insider (which Teamster Nation occasionally links to.)
More wealth would be created overall if corporations shared some of their profit with workers, they say. (Please ignore all the bad things they say about unions.)
So when a former Wall Street predator says more unions would be good for the country -- well, maybe it's time for other Wall Street predators to start listening.