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Revolving door spinning at CFPB, raising ethics issues

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Rajeev Date may have given new meaning to the phrase "revolving door" when he left the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on January 31 to start a new bank and mortgage "advisory firm." The former CFPB second-in-command was ultimately joined at his new enterprise -- Fenway Summer, registered in Delaware on March 11 -- by several key CFPB colleagues. Fenway Summer's quick incorporation...