King Icahn: the biography of a renegade capitalist

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Dutton, Jun 1, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 326 pages
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Recounts the life of legendary financier Carl Icahn, including his raid on Phillips Petroleum, his takeover of TWA, and more. By the author of Sudden Death: The Rise and Fall of E.F. Hutton. 35,000 first printing. $35,000 ad/promo. Tour.

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KING ICAHN: The Biography of a Renegade Capitalist

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As this savvy, tellingly detailed rundown on the top gun in the megabuck takeover battles of the 1980's makes clear, even Robert Ringer (Winning Through Intimidation, etc.) could have learned a thing ... Read full review

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Carl Icahn was one of the most infamous American corporate raiders of the 1980s. Born in an obscure middle-class New York community, he quickly developed a scrappy, street-fighter attitude that helped ... Read full review


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Mark Stevens lives in Bedford, New York.