Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Reflects On Losing 600 Employees In 9/11 Attacks 1

Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Reflects On Losing 600 Employees In 9/11 Attacks

Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Howard Lutnick and legacy broker, Austin Vukosa, joined Stephanie Ruhle to reflect on the 20th anniversary of 9/11 — the day the company lost more than 600 employees in the terrorist attacks. Lutnick discusses their legacies and Vukosa shares why he's following in his late father's footsteps.

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Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Reflects On Losing 600 Employees In 9/11 Attacks

25 comments

    1. @Jonathan Harris in case you’re not aware of this country was attacked what do we do just sit back and let it happen you’re not very bright are you

    2. @Mark Evans Who took out bin Laden? Obama. And who launched a war in Iraq under false pretenses? Republican neocons.

  1. if only bush and cheney had listened to reports about the terrorists plans instead of vacationing and putting off reports. the a/holes will yell biden biden what about the bidens trying to hide the reality of what happened!!!

  2. I’ll never forget that day 20 years ago in Melbourne Australia & totally shook everyone with a pulse up in such an unbelievable way.

    1. Joe Biden is having the IRS SNOOP on your bank accounts, Venmo, PayPal and crypto deals as part of his $80billion crackdown on tax evaders The plan would most especially affect the self-employed, who self-report their income and deductions, and the wealthy The proposal would require banks to report to the IRS every deposit and withdrawal from an account in order to target audits

  3. 20 years later, and even though I was on the west coast when 911 happened, I still feel it in the pit of my stomach when I see the towers falling. It’s a natural reaction, I think.
    Unless you’re the Stable Genius, of course, whose first reaction was “Cool! Now my building is the tallest in Manhattan.”

    1. You can thank Trump for surrendering to the Taliban and selling the Afghan government up the river by excluding them from their 2020 negotiations in Doha. And you can thank George W. Bush for getting us involved in military operations with no clear goal or objective other than the vagaries of a war on terror. But don’t let some inconvenient facts get in the way of a simple-minded rant.

  4. Americans are requesting that Biden and his voters abstain from 9/11 ceremonies, due to their disrespect of the fallen by surrendering to the Taliban.

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