Crash of the Titans

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Sep 13, 2011 | 512 Pages

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Nov 02, 2010 | 512 Pages

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Praise

“Eminently readable and convincing…There’s great value to be gained in the detail that Farrell reveals.” —Salon
 
“An exhaustive reconstruction of how Merrill Lynch & Co. sealed its own fate by
becoming more bullish on bonuses than on America.”James Pressley, Bloomberg
                                                                                                                        
“Farrell weaves his facts into a story…piling detail upon detail to sketch the inner
workings of Merrill Lynch, which he calls the Wall Street firm that made it possible for
average Americans to reap handsome returns in the stock market.” —USA Today
 
“The…financial crisis’s answer to Game Change–John Heilemann and Mark Halperin’s
tattle-filled bestseller about the 2008 Presidential election–Farrell shows that… seemingly trivial matters became the obsessions of Wall Street executives as the subprime contagion spread.” —BusinessWeek
 
“Immaculately reported…Farrell has found one of the biggest untold stories of the [financial crisis] drama.” —Financial Times
 
“Farrell tells a story based on hundreds of hours of interviews that builds like a hurricane.” —Forbes.com


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