Dangerous Dreamers: The Financial Innovators from Charles Merrill to Michael Milken

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Beard Books, 2000 - 276 páginas
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The story of the perpetrators of some of the most dizzing and daring financial machinations.

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DANGEROUS DREAMERS: The Financial Innovators from Charles Merrill to Michael Milken

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Informative—if often apologetic and even fawning—attempt by Sobel (Business/Hofstra University; The Life and Times of Dillon, Read, 1991, etc.) to put into ``historical perspective'' the Wall Street ... Leer comentario completo

Dangerous dreamers: the financial innovators from Charles Merrill to Michael Milken

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Sobel, an author of several books on Wall Street, here chronicles the tales of four financial innovators who all pioneered some financial wrinkle: Louis Wolfson, in corporate takeovers; Charles ... Leer comentario completo

Contenido

The Use of Junk in Corporate Creation and Takeovers
128
Rationalizing Takeovers
129
Beatrice and ITT
131
Plums in Petroleum
133
T Boone Pickens and the New Corporate Raiders
136
Boone Goes Hunting
138
The Gulf War
140
Drexel as Predator King
146

The Coming of Peoples Capitalism
29
Charles Wilson and Pension Plan Socialism
32
The Great Bull Market
33
The Growth Mania
34
James Ling and the Conglomerate Era
37
The Birth of LTV
38
Project Redeployment
41
Golfball Goofball and Meatball
42
The Unraveling
46
Endgame
49
Michael MilkenThe Outsider
55
Creativity on Demand
58
Enter Milken
62
The Academic Foundations of Milkenism
64
The Early Years at Drexel
71
Relationship Trading
75
Invading the Market
78
Weaving the Drexel Network
81
Tom Spiegel and Columbia SL
84
Fred Carr and the Revolution in Insurance
86
Doing Deals
90
The Milken Partnerships
93
Drexels Failures
95
The Early Deals
96
The New Breed
100
The Rise of Ethnics on Wall Street
102
Insider Trading
107
The Yuppie Generation
110
The Rebirth of the Hostile Takeover
112
Blackmail
116
Reinventing America
121
Attacking the Mismanagers
123
The Rise of the Trader
125
The Business Roundtable Battles Back
147
Cameomail from Phillips
149
Dont Go Hunting Without It
153
The Counterattack
157
The Contest for Unocal Begins
159
Fred Hartley Goes to Washington
161
Fueling the Regulatory Fires
164
Unocal Beats Back the Raiders
165
The Takeover Debates
169
The Great Debacle
172
Boesky Talks
174
Giuliani and RICO
176
Targeting Milken
178
The War on Drexel
179
Capitulation
182
Congress Piles on Junk
183
The Crusade Continues
186
The Academic Evidence on Junk
187
Milken Predicts the End of the Junk Era
191
Drexels Demise
194
Crime and Punishment
198
What Was Milkens Crime?
199
The Fatico Hearing
204
In the Court of Public Opinion
209
Prison
212
Demonization
213
The Shadow of AntiSemitism
215
The Verdict on Milken
217
Notes
220
Selected Bibliography
239
Index
249
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Robert Sobel was born in 1931 and died in 1999. He was a prolific historian of American business life, writing or editing more than 50 books and hundreds of articles and corporate profiles. He was a professor of business at Hofstra University for 43 years and held a Ph.D. from New York University. Besides producing books, articles, book reviews, scripts for television and audiotapes, he was a weekly columnist for Newsday from 1972 to 1988. At the time of his death he was a contributing editor to Barron's Magazine.

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