Dylan Ratigan is anchor of CNBC's "Bullseye," (M-F, 6-7 p.m. ET), an interview format program that provides in-depth analysis, opinion and perspective on money matters.
A veteran business journalist, Ratigan served as a Global Managing Editor at Bloomberg News until March 2003. In this position, he supervised more than 110 reporters worldwide covering investment and commercial banking, insurance, hedge funds, private equity, capital markets, securities trading and underwriting.
Additionally, he co-created and hosted "Morning Call" on Bloomberg and the USA Network, and in the process conducted interviews around the world with notable business and political leaders ranging from Microsoft founder Bill Gates to Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Kasyanov.
Before moving to television, Ratigan wrote for Bloomberg News. He established the mergers and acquisitions beat at Bloomberg, covered the U.S. stock market and established Bloomberg News' capital markets and equity derivative coverage.
Ratigan has also worked as a contributor to ABC News and has published hundreds of articles in newspapers and magazines worldwide. He also speaks regularly at major events such as the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Ratigan began his career at The Portsmouth Herald in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Ratigan holds a Bachelor of Arts in political economics from Union College.