On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner discusses Twitter’s IPO and how it compares to Google, Facebook and other recent tech IPOs. For charts, click here.
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner compares Obamacare to its predecessor – the Massachusetts health system. He also explains what will happen to the estimated 7 million people who will lose employer provided health coverage under Obamacare. For charts, click … Continue reading
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner explains when the government will actually run out of cash if no debt deal is reached, what the various spending proposals on the table are, and how markets are beginning to get skittish about … Continue reading
On today’s Charlie Rose Show, Steven Rattner joins Jonathan Martin of NY Times and Mike Allen of Politico to discuss the ongoing government shutdown negotiations.
On “This Week with George Stephanopoulos”, Steven Rattner joins the powerhouse roundtable to discuss the ongoing government shutdown and debt ceiling fight and the controversy over the Redskins.
On this Saturday’s “Weekends with Alex Witt”, Alex Witt interviews Steven Rattner for her Office Politics segment. In the three part interview below, Steve discusses the GM/Chrysler bailouts and the current government shutdown / debt ceiling fight. Part 1: Part … Continue reading
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner explains that ironically the government shutdown fight this year is not over the deficit – which has been declining over the last few years and negatively impacting growth. He also shows the impact of … Continue reading
On today’s Morning Joe, which was broadcast from a Ford plant in Detroit, Steven Rattner discusses trends in the auto industry sales, jobs and wages over the last few years. Click here to view the charts.
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner discusses the steady decline of the newspaper industry over time, as well as the rise of online and mobile news platforms. Click here to view the charts.
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner discusses approaching fiscal deadlines for the US government, as well as how economic data on inequality and consumer confidence seem to be telling two different stories about the recovery.