That's Rich

Unscrupulous corporate executives are responsible for the length and severity of the stock market decline since 2000, according to people who should know the rich. An October American Affluence Research Center study revealed that 53 percent of the wealthiest 10 percent of U.S. households blame their wealthy brethren for the fall.

“Unscrupulous corporate executives” are responsible for the length and severity of the stock market decline since 2000, according to people who should know — the rich. An October American Affluence Research Center study revealed that 53 percent of the wealthiest 10 percent of U.S. households blame their wealthy brethren for the fall.

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