Rubin’s Reputation


In breaking news CNBC’s Charlie Gasparino reveals that although Bob Rubin has taken a hit for his role in counseling Citigroup to take on additional risk, he might not be to blame.

If you’re looking to place blame, place it squarely on the shoulders of former CEO Chuck Price, says Gasparino.

To hear Charlie Gasparino’s exclusive report please watch the video.


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