Dylan Ratigan: The Troubling Revolving Door Between Federal Reserve Officials and Wall Street
Also, an optimistic view of California’s entrepreneurial culture
Jim is pleased to welcome back Dylan Ratigan of MSNBC’s The Dylan Ratigan Show to discuss a story he helped break regarding the cozy revolving door between Fed officials taking lucrative Wall Street positions, and then returning to the Fed. Dylan also discusses the general lack of transparency at the Federal Reserve. On an optimistic note, he was encouraged by the entrepreneurial culture he discovered on a recent visit to California.
MSNBC's The Dylan Ratigan Show, an opinion-fueled daily broadcast program, and the podcast Radio Free Dylan. The creator of CNBC's Fast Money and formerly the co-anchor of CNBC's The Call and Closing Bell, Ratigan started his career in print journalism and rose to become the global managing editor for corporate finance at Bloomberg. He has worked as a regular on-air contributor for ABC News and published articles in newspapers and magazines including the New York Times, Washington Post, Miami Herald, Chicago Tribune, and the Huffington Post. His coverage of the Enron scandal at CNBC earned him journalism's coveted Gerald Loeb Award.