Other People's Money: The Corporate Mugging of America 


The current global financial crisis has deep roots. Other People's Money laid them out in specific detail and called it right - a decade ago!!!!!....

Exceedingly well documented, this fascinating tale breaks down the interconnected relationships among corporations, Wall Street, and government regulators. Best Business Books 2004, The Library Journal    

Nomi Prins details the pernicious effects of a failure properly to manage the conflicts of interest at the heart of the financial system...provides the most revealing description yet of what it is like to work for the mighty Goldman Sachs.” Books of the year 2004, The Economist


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