There's talk about some of the NY protesters traveling to L.A. for the winter, but I'm guessing that the movement is running out of steam. It's a shame, too, because there's a lot to be fighting about. Instead, Occupy Wall Street was too much about distractions, such as the B of A debit card fee. Also, a look at the biggest financial problem that no one is paying any attention to. Available at kpcc.org and podcast (Business Update with Mark Lacter). Transcript is after jump
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