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William D Tycoons The Kindle #210 Cohan's The Last Tycoons The Secret History of Lazard Frères from Steve Rattner the boy wonder from Long Island who clashed violently with the old guard to larger than life CEO Bruce Wasserstein 'Bid The Last PDF or Em Up Bruce' who broke with the bank's traditions and made himself billions in the process They amassed unimaginable fortunes and would stop at nothing to make a deal until their titanic egos started to jeopardize everything Last Tycoons The ePUB #10003 In The Last Tycoons William Cohan himself a former high level Wall Street banker takes us into their mysterious and secretive world telling a story of ruthless ambition whispered advice explosive feuds glamorous mistresses decadent excesses and Last Tycoons The Secret History Kindle unimaginable wealth 'Spellbinding'Financial Times 'A definitive account it lives up to the billing'The Times 'Has sent a jolt through Lazard and the rest of Wall Street'Wall Street Journal William D Cohan was an award winning investigative journalist before embarking on a seventeen year career as an investment banker on Wall Street His first book The Last Tycoons about Lazard won the Financial TimesGoldman Sachs Business Book of the Year Award and was a New York Times bestseller Hi. Upon recommendation from a senior work colleague of the best book about Wall Street he had ever read I bought a copy of The Last Tycoons a few months ago and really enjoyed it It's an overall amazing story and might be the most consumate Wall Street narrative that I've ever read After finishing the book I purchased three copies to gift to friends I know would appreciate itMoreover after reaching out to the author he very graciously agreed to meet with me to discuss his book and to sign my copy simply extraordinaryThe book is not only a must read business story but it is also an phenomenal historical narrative about the relationship between powerful people business and geo political historical events out of any person's control I would HIGHLY recommend it

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The Last Tycoons The Secret History of Lazard Frres CoS second book House of Cards also a bestseller is an account of the last days of Bear Stearns from Steve Rattner the boy wonder from Long Island who clashed violently with the old guard to larger than life CEO Bruce Wasserstein 'Bid Em Up Bruce' who broke with the bank's traditions and made himself billions in the process They amassed unimaginable fortunes and would stop at nothing to make a deal until their titanic egos started to jeopardize everything In The Last Tycoons William Cohan himself a former high level Wall Street banker takes us into their mysterious and secretive world telling a story of ruthless ambition whispered advice explosive feuds glamorous mistresses decadent excesses and unimaginable wealth 'Spellbinding'Financial Times 'A definitive account it lives up to the billing'The Times 'Has sent a jolt through Lazard and the rest of Wall Street'Wall Street Journal William D Cohan was an award winning investigative journalist before embarking on a seventeen year career as an investment banker on Wall Street His first book The Last Tycoons about Lazard won the Financial TimesGoldman Sachs Business Book of the Year Award and was a New York Times bestseller His second book House of Cards also a bestseller is an account of the last days of Bear St. Despite the title I seriously doubt however that Lazard represents the last of the tycoons This history of an investment banking house is fascinating up through the Nixon era Then it gets bogged down in describing the tumultuous struggles of narcissistic rich people for whom one can find little sympathy I ended up being astounded that someone like Bruce Wasserstein could get so rich by giving such bad advice to other rich people I shudder to think at the number of lives and communities destroyed in the wake of the typical leveraged buy out The book ends with Lazard going public at too high a price to attract investors Alas this occurs before the meltdown of 2008 so I hope the author will attach an afterword to future editions

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