As an official on the Auto Industry Task Force, Harry Wilson made decisions that may have helped a company he had a financial stake in potentially reap millions of dollars in benefits.
Harry Wilson insists he’s a financial whiz, yet he personally lost more than half a million dollars gambling on Wall Street last year.
With less than two weeks left until the election, Harry Wilson’s tax returns are still nowhere to be found.
Harry Wilson’s firm gutted pay and benefits for workers at Fibermark, an upstate NY paper company. The CEO even told devastated workers that they should “eat more rice” to cope with the savage cuts.
Today, labor leaders and NYC Public Advocate Bill De Blasio held a press conference on the steps of City Hall in lower Manhattan to condemn Harry Wilson’s mismanagement of Fibermark, an upstate paper company.
Wall Street Harry Wilson’s stance on taxes and the economy is simple: tax cuts for the wealthy, and tax loopholes for his Wall Street buddies.
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- Wilson Conflicted / Oct 28, 2010
- WILSON, THE FINANCIAL WHIZ, LOSES $500K IN INVESTMENTS / Oct 22, 2010
- Not a Wall Street Insider? You’re Not Welcome in Wilson’s World / Oct 21, 2010
- Wilson’s Tax Returns: Still Missing / Oct 20, 2010
- The Workers Wilson Hurt Speak Out / Oct 20, 2010