* Disappointed in partners comments' on Quadrangle * Says without TARP, economy would be "dust" NEW YORK, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Embattled financier Steven Rattner told Reuters Insider television on Friday he was disappointed in the way the firm he co-founded publicly referred to him when it settled a long-running pay-to-play corruption probe. Rattner, who is promoting his book "Overhaul," left private equity firm Quadrangle in 2009 to run U.S. President Barack Obama's auto bailout task ...
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