Inside Out: An Insider's Account of Wall Street

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G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1991 - Insider trading in Securities - 431 pages
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When Dennis Levine was arrested in 1986 for insider trading, shock waves could be felt across the country. Never before had such a major player, the orchestrator of multi-million-dollar deals, been arrested. Now he tells the story from the dead center of the scandal: what really happened in the scandal that brought down Wall Street. To be featured on Sixty Minutes.

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INSIDE OUT: An Insider's Account of Wall Street

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If the text at hand is any indicator, the apologies of Wall Streeters at the center of the insider-trading scandals of the 1980's will be even less revelatory and ingratiating than those of Watergate ... Read full review

Inside out: an insider's account of Wall Street

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Without condoning the insider trading for which Levine was convicted in 1986, it must be said that this is (as the blurb has it) a riveting book. Serving 17 months provided Levine time to reflect on ... Read full review

Contents

PART
47
PART THREE
315
WITHDRAWAL
392
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