The Billionaire's Apprentice: The Rise of the Indian-American Elite and the Fall of the Galleon Hedge Fund (Hardback)Anita Raghavan (author)
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Publisher: Little, Brown & Company
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 748 g
Dimensions: 234 x 153 x 40 mm
--Adam Lashinsky, bestselling author of Inside Apple: How America's Most Admired-and Secretive-Company Really Works
Anita Raghavan's journalistic and writing skill comes through on every page of THE BILLIONAIRE'S APPRENTICE. I couldn't put it down; it's a true story that reads like a thriller.
--William D. Cohan, bestselling author of The Last Tycoons, House of Cards, and Money and Power
Through meticulous research, copious history, vivid characters, and entertaining prose, Raghavan weaves together many different worlds, eras, and personality types to deliver a compelling view of the multi-cultural politics of today's Wall Street.
-- Huffington Post
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-- The New York Times Book Review
Anita Raghavan's 'The Billionaire's Apprentice, ' [is] a riveting account of the takedown of Raj Rajaratnam...[Ms. Raghavan] has written a briskly paced account full of fascinating detail...this book deserves to be on the shelf of anyone lusting after a little Wall Street schadenfreude this summer.
In "The Billionaire's Apprentice," Raghavan provides readers with the best account yet of Rajaratnam and his Indian American "mafia" - who they were, what they did and how they did it.
-- The Washington Post
Thanks to author Anita Raghavan's intrepid reporting, The Billionaire's Apprentice combines the drama of the federal government unraveling an insider trading ring with the historical sweep of immigrants rising from nothing to the corridors of corporate power.
-- Bethany McLean, co-author of the bestsellers The Smartest Guys In the Room and All the Devils Are Here
THE BILLIONAIRE'S APPRENTICE is that rare work of nonfiction that follows an ambitious hero as he climbs to the pinnacle of power inside the top boardrooms of corporate America, gets seduced, and falls in a spectacular insider trading scandal. This is a modern-day Greek tragedy that plays out among the upper echelons of Wall Street, Silicon Valley, and the global business elite. Doggedly reported and utterly compelling.
--Bryan Burrough, bestselling author of Barbarians at the Gateand The Big Rich
Raghavan excels with her account.... She provides an insightful account of South Asian immigration to the U.S. since the 1960s and shows how relations established in India's elite education system provided some of the ties that bound the conspirators together.
[a] deeply researched, fascinating and well-written book.
-- Financial Times
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