Advertisers have gotten a bad rap for ignoring people's best interests, and banks have been among the worst.
They spend huge sums of money on ads touting what are often enough raw deals. So when I heard the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) was taking down hundreds of ads by a bank, I was instinctively excited.
One of the reasons Sen. Elizabeth Warren supports raising the minimum wage is that her family survived on it when it was much higher, in today's dollars, than it is today. Her mom suddenly had to go make a living, and minimum wage was the starting point. She talked about that as a guest on "The Late Show with David Letterman." It's a great story.