The Predators' Ball: the junk-bond raiders and the man who staked them
A lead reporter for The American Lawyer, tells the story of the night that sparked the corporate takeover mania of the eighties, the 1985 "Predators Ball", and how one man--Michael Milken, a junk bond impressario, financed the corporate takeover kings. Advertising in the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times.
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