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Posted May 27, 2007
The book gives account of Sandy Weill who went from a nobody built up his first business by buying out one poorly run stocking broking firm after another until he merged with American Express where he was forced out the door, after 12 months in the wilderness he started again after being invited to run a poorly run lending firm after turning that company around he went an buying spree of one under performing company after another turned them around and purchased some more until he merged this massive financial conglomerate with Citibank. Well written easy to follow the down side is that he plays on the undertrodden jew too much.
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Posted April 8, 2003
I'm a loser but I like the book too
Women dont like me and i lost a bundle on tech stocks. this is a good book. It wont help your career or your love life, despite what the prior reviewer (wallstreetwanker) says... its just a good read.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.