At Yahoo Tech Ticker, Henry Blodget sat down with former New York State Governor Eliot Spitzer to talk about financial regulation, his future plans and the state of Wall Street. (You'll recall that Blodget, a former Wall Street analyst, was a target of Spitzer's ire in a very public 2002 investigation).
They've since patched things up, it seems.
Spitzer, who's been a very vocal critic of the Federal Reserve in recent weeks, said that regulators should stop going "to lunch with bankers" and "do their jobs." "They don't need more power," Spitzer said. "They just need to use the power they have." (Check out Yahoo Tech Ticker for that segment)
In part one, Spitzer addressed who should be held accountable for the financial crisis, and one big target that got away.
WATCH part one:
Watch the rest of the interview at Yahoo Tech Ticker.