Hillary Clinton's acceptance of a donation from Alice Walton goes directly to her character, or lack thereof, and fitness to be president and could affect how she deals with corporations. This is a prime example of her duplicity since she has regularly bashed corporations, yet has, and continues to, accept money from them. There is a word for this: hypocrisy.
The problem with the rich is they think that if they give you money, you owe them something. There should be another way for politicians to fund their campaigns. Clinton will be easy on people she is in cahoots with. She has already proven to be untrustworthy. I would not put it past her to give special favors to the big money guys or girls.
Hillary Clinton will likely be a little friendlier to corporations than Bernie Sanders perhaps for the simple reason that she knows how they work. I don't think it's the money in her campaign that would influence her. There is money coming from all over, including individual donors. Often, money also works both ways. It works also because donors give money to candidates they like, and often that means they support the candidate personally or because of their existing positions. It's not to say that politicians aren't influenced by money, but they also have a party platform to abide by and perhaps the greater issue with politics right now is actually the polarization and unreasonable purity standards that prevent elected officials from expressing their individual beliefs.
Hillary Clinton will not be go easy on corporations, despite receiving a large campaign contribution from Alice Walton, a Walmart heir. She has long worked for liberal causes and the working person, despite her work as a corporate lawyer. She is tough and smart, and will do the right thing.