Janet Tavakoli's Wall Street memoir
Financial insider Janet Tavakoli illuminates what led to the collapse of 2008 and delves into the connection between Wall Street and Washington. From hidden information to false names to suicides, this fascinating memoir offers a clear, precise account of the state of the economic world.
"Merrill debauchery only begins this woman's tale. 'Neither Bill nor I believed Calvi committed suicide,' Tavakoli writes. 'Bill joked that he'd never hang himself. It was too gruesome.'" (Bloomberg News)
"Janet Tavakoli is a born storyteller with an incredible tale to tell. She takes us on a brisk journey from the depravity of 1980s Wall Street to the systemic recklessness that crushed the global economy." (Nomi Prins, author of All the Presidents' Bankers)
"Tavakoli takes us on a scenic tour of the recent lowlights of Wall Street and Washington...demystified and rendered tragically human. It's a compelling tale." (Jake Bernstein, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting)
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