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The Junk Bond Revolution By Fenton Bailey

The Junk Bond Revolution by Fenton Bailey

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Summary

An account of a notorious era in American financial history. At its heart is Michael Milken, the man who created a 200-billion-dollar junk bond market, and who in 1990 was sent to jail for ten years. The book describes the events that led up to that sentence and the sensation that surrounded it.

The Junk Bond Revolution Summary

The Junk Bond Revolution: Michael Milken, Wall Street and the Roaring Eighties by Fenton Bailey

This is an account of a notorious era in American financial history. At its heart is Michael Milken, the man who created a 200-billion-dollar junk bond market, and who in 1990 was sent to jail for ten years. The book describes the events that led up to that sentence and the sensation that surrounded it. It is the story of how, in the Eighties, winning was an addiction - not only on Wall Street, but also in the media and the courts, where, the author contends, the art of the deal was practised at the expense of truth and justice. Fenton Bailey is an Englishmen living in New York, where he worked for Drexel Burnham Lambert, the firm at the heart of the junk bond market.

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GOR003036933
9780749313623
0749313625
The Junk Bond Revolution: Michael Milken, Wall Street and the Roaring Eighties by Fenton Bailey
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Cornerstone
1992-11-05
282
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