Predators and Profits
Pearson Education | 2003-04-22 | ISBN: 0131402447 | 304 pages | PDF | 1 MB
Millions of investors have already been victimized by the scams that were Enron and Worldcom. And it's not over. Millions more will be victimized by tomorrow's mega-billion-dollar financial catastrophes. This is the first comprehensive, "no-sacred-cows" guide to today's financial scandals -- and to protecting your assets from tomorrow's.
Unlike previous books, Corporate Cheats is utterly comprehensive: it isn't just about the Internet or telecom bubble, or Enron, or accounting fraud, or crooked CEOs and "see-no-evil" boards, or dishonest analysts and investment houses: it's about all of these, and more. Reuters equity editor Martin Howell draws on more than 50 exclusive interviews with experts in every facet of the market: leading short sellers such as James Chanos who saw the Enron disaster coming; long-time market reform advocates such as Former Federal Reserve chair Paul Volker, market psychologists, even private detectives. Above all, Corporate Cheats is about protecting your own hard won assets -- since you can't rely on anyone else to do it for you.
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