Elizabeth Warren could cause trouble for private equity in defense of Taylor Swift.
Swift's fight with her former label began with her planned American Music Awards performance.
Tax rates higher than 100 percent could result from the combination of several tax hikes the Massachusetts senator has called for on the ultra-wealthy.
Warren is selling a $25 "Billionaire Tears" mug on her website.
Warren, meanwhile, has been fending off mounting criticism from the business community.
The billionaire also is a believer in a balanced budget.
"Not my candidate, but we align on many issues," Blankfein wrote on Twitter.
Warren targeted Leon Cooperman, Peter Thiel, Joe Ricketts and Lloyd Blankfein in the ad.
She wants the company to either reveal details about the credit-limit algorithm or pull it down.
Voters believe the industry was not sufficiently penalized for the financial crisis, analyst writes.
Look at statistics for the answer.
Nationwide, Medicare-for-all is popular among Democratic voters.
He called the candidates' wealth tax proposals "wrong-directed in many ways."
Warren ramped up rhetoric against the country's "607 billionaires."
On average, the richest 400 Americans would see their net worth drop by $3.1 billion.
A number of wealthy individuals have questioned Warren's proposals throughout recent weeks.
FOX Business' Stuart Varney on Democrats concentrating on coastal America while Trump travels to heartland states.
Sanders and Warren have a lot in common - but not when it comes to the existence of billionaires.
The self-made billionaire wrote a letter to Sen. Elizabeth Warren this week.
Take a closer look at the different proposals that top Democratic candidates plan to enact if they’re elected in 2020.