Eagle on the Street: Based on the Pulitzer Prize-Winning Account of the Sec's Battle With Wall Street
Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning series of articles in The Washington Post, this book is built around the exploits of John Shad, a chain-smoking bulldog of a man who rose from humble beginnings in Utah to become a wealthy financier and chairman of the SEC during the deregulatory heyday of Reaganomics. Photographs, index, and appendix.
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Cover the SEC under John Shad in the 1980's. Implies that he suffered from cognitive dissonance in his feeling that Wall Street was fundamentally honest and the revelations about insider trading that came out under the SEC in the 1980's. Also tells how the information that led to the big insider trading prosecutions were the result of a lucky tip.
Review: Eagle on the Street: Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning Account of the Sec's Battle with Wall StreetUser Review - Daniel - Goodreads
it has always been a battle between the greedy and the law obiding. Read full review
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