Click here for reuse options! Can the former MSNBC host's new solar-powered farms help shape the future of sustainable living? Let’s face it, we’re facing some serious problems. Our centralized power, food and communications systems are failing us. Show More Summary
After seven years at Fox News Edge, Craig Boswell has been named a correspondent for CBS Newspath. TVSpy has details. Former MSNBC host Dylan Ratigan is teaming up with filmmaker Andrew Jenks to launch a production company for TV, movie and digital projects, Variety reports. Show More Summary
Proof that there is life after cable news: former CNBC and MSNBC anchor Dylan Ratigan is starting a second act, and it involves organic hydroponic farms. On a blog post on his website, Ratigan explains that after leaving MSNBC, he moved to San Diego county, CA, and worked on an organic, hydroponic farm. Show More Summary
Brian Stelter at The New York Times reports MSNBC's 4 pm host, Dylan Ratigan, is quitting as of June 22, and his hour will be taken over by Martin Bashir. Staff on the Bashir show will try to create a new 3 pm template. "The channelShow More Summary
After three years on the job, MSNBC host Dylan Ratigan is leaving his TV spot. The New York Times reported on Sunday that Ratigan will depart from his cable news role, with the final edition of "The Dylan Ratigan Show" airing on Friday, June 22. Show More Summary
After three years at MSNBC, Dylan Ratigan is leaving the network to pursue opportunities outside the television business. Ratigan, the 4pmET host, will anchor his final show on June 22. In a note to MNSBC staffers this afternoon, Ratigan...Show More Summary
MSNBC host Dylan Ratigan is leaving the network at the end of the month, the New York Times reported this evening. Ratigan, who hosts the 4PM hour on weekdays and focused often on the power of money in politics and corporate dominance, told Brian Stelter that he was leaving to "put into practice what he has talked about on TV."
Dylan Ratigan is leaving MSNBC according to the New York Times' Brian Stelter. He'll apparently leave at the end of his contract to pursure more political activism, according to the report. “Once you’ve said your piece, you can either...Show More Summary
The Federal Reserve just posted the minutes of meetings held between 2007 and 2010. The minutes have been heavily redacted, but give some insight into what the Federal Reserve was doing when the country headed into crisis. Click here for the minutes > Please follow Money Game on Twitter and Facebook. Show More Summary
Huh.... Dylan Ratigan at The Huffington Post: Tune in to The Dylan Ratigan Show on MSNBC at 4 p.m. ET for an exclusive look at the transcripts of meetings of top Fed officials during the financial crisis from 2007-2010. As I told you...Show More Summary
Since the Fed wants to turn over a new leaf, why not ask for the transcripts of the meetings from 2007-2010? Let's just accelerate the timetable, and let everyone know what really went down at those meetings during the crisis of 2007 and 2008. And we got them. And we'll show you just what we got.
Tune in to the Dylan Ratigan Show on MSNBC at 4pm ET for an exclusive look at the transcripts of meetings of top Fed...
Dylan Ratigan is well positioned to author a book, designed to be an enjoyable and informative read by normal humans, on the ongoing financial crisis. He is the wunderkind who became Global Managing Editor for Corporate Finance of Bloomberg, the premier news service that specializes in finance, at an exceptionally young age. Show More Summary
Dylan Ratigan is right on point—politicians have become legislatively paralyzed on taxation, healthcare, trade and banking because of the fear that their donations will dry up and they will be ousted from power. Join Dylan Ratigan’s Get Money Out of Politics Movement is a post by Death and Taxes -
MSNBC ranter extraordinaire Dylan Ratigan is no fan of "crony capitalism" -- when businessmen get government to help them socialize the risk of their ventures through government subsidies or bailouts, leaving taxpayers on the hook for...Show More Summary
Dylan Ratigan is not happy.
Dylan Ratigan is a television host on MSNBC with rather better-than-typical credentials for reporting on financial news:Ratigan served as the Global Managing Editor for Corporate Finance at Bloomberg News Service, and before that had covered Mergers and Acquisitions, the U.S. Show More Summary
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The Cutline - MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan is mad as hell about the U.S. financial crisis--and he ain't gonna take it anymore! While convening a roundtable discussion on the market meltdown on eponymous MSNBC show on Tuesday, Ratigan exploded. "We've got a real problem!" an exasperated Ratigan shouted. "This is a mathematical fact! Tens of trillions of dollars are [...]
Dylan Ratigan is mad as hell and he isn't going to take it anymore. While hosting a discussion on the seemingly endemic problems that the U.S. political process is enduring -- specifically how it relates to responsibly fiscal policy -- the MSNBC host blew a gasket over what he sees as the real mathematical problem at play. Show More Summary