With a populist message that promises to rein in corporate excess, Ms. Warren has been facing more hostility from the finance industry than any other candidate. From corporate boardrooms to breakfast meetings, investor conferences to
charity galas, Ms. Warren’s rise in the Democratic primary polls is
rattling bankers, investors and their affluent clients, who see in the
Massachusetts senator a formidable opponent who could damage not only
their industry but their way of life.
Publisher: NYTimes | Author: Kate Kelly