Seller Inventory P First Edition - may be Reissue. Ships with Tracking Number! Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Seller Inventory n. Madoff, the Man Catastrophe: The Story of Bernard L. Madoff, the Man Who Swindled the World. Gerald Strober ; Deborah Hart Strober. Publisher: Phoenix Books , This specific ISBN edition is currently not available.
View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Synopsis About this title In the first comprehensive account of this financial mastermind's epic Ponzi scheme, Catastrophe exposes the real story behind Madoff's upstanding facade - his confession, his family's involvement and his unlikely rise and incredible crash. From Publishers Weekly : With his arrest on Dec. Buy New Learn more about this copy. Customers who bought this item also bought. Stock Image. Seller Rating:.
You could spend hours on the Internet finding much of what the Strobers present in their book. It is easy to be a member of our book club. We do come together near the end of the month for a live online discussion.
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Deborah and Gerald Strober will take your questions about their research on Madoff. As a bonus, every month I randomly select readers to receive a copy of the selected book, donated by the publisher. Her e-mail address is singletarym at washpost. Comments and questions are welcome, but due to the volume of mail, personal responses may not be possible.
New book chronicles the 'catastrophe' of Bernard Madoff's big con - The Boston Globe
The infamous Bernard L. But in the end that was not enough. No one, it turns out, could protect them from the worst financial criminal in history, Bernard L.
This is their story. This is the first book of its kind about the Madoff Ponzi scheme, in which 29 Madoff investors band together to tell their story without an intermediary, directly to the public and in their own words. Listeners need to know what the authorities would rather keep from them, or else they are destined to become the next victims. The authors are men and women just like the average listener.
They come from all walks of life - blue collar, white collar- from all parts of the country and at different life stages. These are working-class families, ex-multi-millionaires, professionals, artists, and retirees.rocketscienceidea.com/img/sf/wux-most-common.php
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They come from different ethnic and religious backgrounds. In short they are regular people, Americans who got sucked into a Ponzi scheme that even the federal government has yet to solve. They all have one thing in commo 1. Narrator: Diane Havens. This audiobook defines and explains the whole diabolical debacle, including how he seduced and persuaded sophisticated investors, how he evaded SEC watchdogs, and how his far-reaching crime pervaded the world. Narrator: Connor Trinneer.
Who is Bernie Madoff, and how did he pull off the biggest Ponzi scheme in history? Many have speculated about what might have happened or what must have happened, but no reporter has been able to get the full story - until now. Henriques also provides vivid details from the various lawsuits, government investigations, and court filings that will explode the myths that have come to surround the story. Narrator: Pam Ward. From the earliest financial scams of the 17th century, through the headline-grabbing Wall Street scandals of our times, History of Greed provides a comprehensive history of financial fraud.
In it, David E.
Sarna exposes the true and often riveting stories of how both naive and sophisticated investors alike were fooled by unscrupulous entrepreneurs, lawyers, hedge-fund managers, CPAs, Texas billionaires, political fundraisers, music managers, financial advisers, and even former Mossad agents. History of Greed details how markets are manipulated, books are cooked, Ponzi schemes are hatched, and how the government only closes the barn door once the cows have all escaped.
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