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Steve Rattner

 

Steven Lawrence Rattner is an American financier and private equity investor. He is one of the four founding partners of the private investment firm Quadrangle Group, which invests media and communications companies globally. He has previously served as the top auto industry adviser for the U.S. Treasury Department. Prior to a career in finance, he also served as a New York Times reporter. Read More

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Former car czar charged with bribery

Nov 18, 2010 - Financial Post

GM's IPO to do list: 1) Sell more cars

Sep 15, 2010 - CNN Money

Articles About Steve Rattner

Obama, Romney Advisers Point Fingers Over Latest Job Numbers

By IBTimes

Advisers to President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney turns assigning blame for May's grim jobs figures on Fox News Sunday, as the candidates try to spin a paltry 69,000 new jobs into a positive talking point for the incumbent and his Republican challenger. (Jun 03, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: BARACK OBAMA, UNEMPLOYMENT, WHITE HOUSE, CONGRESS

WATCH: Romney's New Anti-Obama Ad Stars Cory Booker, Harold Ford Jr. And Steve Rattner [VIDEO]

By IBTimes

Mitt Romney's latest anti-Obama attack ads takes the words of some of the president's supporters and uses them against him. (May 21, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: MANAGEMENT

Former Obama Adviser Calls Anti-Romney 'Vampire' Ad 'Unfair' [VIDEO]

By IBTimes

Steve Rattner, a former adviser to President Barack Obama, called an anti-Mitt Romney ad released by the Obama campaign Monday morning "unfair" for painting the presumed Republican nominee as a greedy business mogul who destroys jobs. (May 14, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: BARACK OBAMA, NEW YORK, INVESTMENT

Romney's Crash and Burn on the Auto Bailout

By Mother Nature Network

The candidate who wanted Detroit to go bankrupt is now trying to win votes in Michigan — as the auto industry's recovery is front-page news. Santorum? He's got the same problem. (Feb 19, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: GENERAL MOTORS, CHRYSLER, THE NEW YORK TIMES, NEW YORK, MICHIGAN

U.S. Auto Sales Grow for Third Year, with 'no Clunkers'

By IBTimes

A large part of Jesse Toprak's job as the chief automotive industry analyst for TrueCar.com is to advise consumers on which cars to target -- and the "clunkers" to avoid. In 2011, though, something changed within the United States automotive industry. (Dec 27, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: GENERAL MOTORS, DOW JONES, FIAT SPA, CHRYSLER, EARTHQUAKE

Former 'Car Czar' Steve Rattner Clarifies Statements on Bailout, United Auto Workers

By IBTimes

Steven Rattner, the former head of the United States auto task force, attempted to clarify remarks about the salary of United Auto Workers members that he made last Thursday in speaking before the Detroit Economic Club. (Dec 19, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: GENERAL MOTORS, MANUFACTURING, CHRYSLER, INVESTMENT

Former 'Car Czar' Steven Rattner Calls 2009 Bailout a Success, Laments Not Pushing for More Cuts

By IBTimes

Steven Rattner, the former head of the United States auto task force and dubbed President Barack Obama's "car czar," called the auto industry's 2009 bailout an "unambiguous success" Thursday. (Dec 16, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: BARACK OBAMA, GENERAL MOTORS, FIAT SPA, CHRYSLER, NEW YORK, INVESTMENT

Goldman's Solomon: Dark horse contender in CEO race

By Reuters

David Solomon isn't your typical master of the universe, but he might have what it takes to lead Wall Street's most powerful bank. (Jun 26, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: MICROSOFT, GOLDMAN SACHS, JPMORGAN CHASE, LLOYD BLANKFEIN, NEW YORK

Chrysler must shed "shyster" bailout loans: CEO

By Reuters

Chrysler is working to refinance what its chief executive characterized as "shyster loans" that the Obama administration extended as part of a bailout to keep the automaker from collapse in 2009. (Feb 04, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: VOLKSWAGEN, FIAT SPA, CHRYSLER, WHITE HOUSE, INDIA, MANAGEMENT

Rattner sued by Cuomo, settles with SEC

By Reuters

Steven Rattner, the former Obama administration auto industry czar, was sued by New York's attorney general for allegedly paying kickbacks to win investments from the state's public pension fund. (Nov 18, 2010)

MORE TOPICS: GENERAL MOTORS, SEC, COURT, NEW YORK, ATTORNEY GENERAL, LAWSUIT

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