has some sympathy for the 'Occupy Wall Street' protesting crowd that's gathered in big cities across the country. Bloomberg
's Laura Marcinek and Matt Walcoff report
that, at an event in Toronto earlier this week, the BlackRock [see profile]
chief offered his thoughts on the demonstrations.
"These are not lazy people sitting around looking for something to do," Fink reportedly said. "We have people losing hope and they're going into the street, whether it's justified or not … People are afraid of the future. We have some structural issues we have to fix."
Neil Anderson, Managing Editor
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