How the 2010s established a path to better capitalism in the US –

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Occupy Wall Street grew from the wake of the Great Recession, and while its participants were largely on the fringe, it had a lasting impact on bringing the talk about inequality into the American mainstream.The 2010s in the US saw the rise of movements on both sides of the aisle for fighting inequality, working toward sustainability, redefining the role of a corporation, and limiting the concentration of corporate power.This analysis piece is part of Business Insider’s project “The 2010s: Toward a Better Capitalism.”The Better Capitalism series tracks the ways companies and individuals are rethinking the economy and role of business in society.Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.Inequality. Taxing the 1%. Medicare for All. Sustainability.These buzzwords are everywhere these days, whether we’re listening to popular politicians or influential executives. It
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