Fortune Magazine talks with Walter Bettinger, CEO of Charles Schwab, about Occupy Wall Street. Bettinger says his company has avoided the wrath of the Occupy Movement because it didn't take TARP money. “I look at Occupy Wall
December 13, 2011

Fortune Magazine talks with Walter Bettinger, CEO of Charles Schwab, about Occupy Wall Street. Bettinger says his company has avoided the wrath of the Occupy Movement because it didn't take TARP money.

“I look at Occupy Wall Street, and there’s a side of me that understands and appreciates and can empathize with the points that they’re trying to make,” says Bettinger. “I think there are probably multiple points of agreement,” Bettinger says of his views and those of the protesters.

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