“Whistleblowing is not for the faint-hearted—and especially not on Wall Street.” So begins William D. Cohan’s latest piece for the Financial Times magazine, which profiles three men who spoke out against their employers and paid for it. A rare figure in journalism—the investigative reporter with nearly two decades’ experience on Wall Street—Cohan joins ProPublica’s Jake Bernstein this week to talk more about the price of speaking up against the big banks.

via MuckReads Podcast: The Peril of Whistleblowing on Wall St. – ProPublica.


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