The Analyst

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Wakefield Press, 2002 - Fiction - 249 pages
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At a time when massive corporations are collapsing all over the world as a result of fraudulent behavior at the top, this timely novel sheds light on business ethics and corporate corruption. The analyst, Henry Sinclair, is a financial newspaper columnist tempted by a plot to profit from his fame by hyping the business interests of a new set of powerful friends. When he becomes enmeshed in a world of luxury yachts and parties, only to have the bank foreclose on his friends' business ventures, Henry is forced to make the difficult choices he had hoped to avoid.
 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
47
Section 3
63
Section 4
99
Section 5
145
Section 6
173
Section 7
181
Section 8
193
Section 9
241
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Fred Guilhaus is the author of Bankrupts and Bandits and The Devil You Know.

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