Journalist-turned investment banker

May 1986
Washington Monthly;May86, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p28
Steven Rattner's rise at the New York Times organization was rapid: by age 29, he was a foreign correspondent in the prestigious London bureau. But, at age 30, he left journalism to make an equally fast rise in the world of investment banking. He is one of yesterday's hot journalists who no longer care about socially useful work and are flocking to Wall Street.


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