On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner discusses Twitter’s IPO and how it compares to Google, Facebook and other recent tech IPOs.
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.
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
Even if the House votes in favor of raising the debt ceiling, yet another default drama is likely to occur in six short weeks and inevitably, the drumbeat of ideas for how the White House can creatively escape the tightening … 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, Steven Rattner shows new data released by Emmanual Saez to explain how the richest 1% have enjoyed most of the income gains during the recovery.
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner explains the positive and negative contributors to GDP growth in the first half of 2013.
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.
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, illustrated in the charts below.
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner discusses the jobs gap, falling median incomes and declining household wealth in the context of the President Obama’s ongoing economic tour.