Tom Stanton has examined the financial crisis of 2007-2008 from a different perspective. He’s extracted the governance and management lessons learned from the crisis and distilled them in his new book Why Some Firms Thrive While Others Fail.
Maria Cardona is a top Democratic strategist for a leading public affairs firm in Washington, DC. We discuss the importance of the Latina vote in the 2012 election.
Tracy Davis is a political pundit, author and former writer for President George H.W. Bush. We review the top political stories of 2011 and look ahead towards the 2012 Presidential election.
Bill Sinclair is a 30-year veteran of the financial industry who’s also roamed the corridors of Washington, DC. We discuss the unintended consequences of the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill for the financial industry and for consumers.
Mark Goulston is a former trainer of hostage negotiators for the FBI. He returns to the show to share his perspective on the negotiations happening in Washington, DC. We examine what the politicians can get through to just about anybody from his latest book Just Listen.
Rick Robinson is a former Capitol Hill staffer who has a unique perspective on the inner workings in Washington, DC. We uncover his perspective on the Anthony Weiner resignation as well as talk about what really happens behind closed doors in Washington.