Money and Power: How Goldman Sachs Came to Rule the World by William D. Cohan

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Money and Power by William Cohan PDF eBook:

Book Name :  Money and Power: How Goldman Sachs Came to Rule the World
Author : William D. Cohan
Language : English
Genre :  History, Politics, Business, Philosophy, Economics
Publication : DoubleDay
Pages : 672
Book Size : 5 Mb
Book Format : PDF

About the Book:

Wall Street has always been a dangerous place. Firms have been going in and out of business ever since speculators first gathered under a buttonwood tree near the southern tip of Manhattan in the late eighteenth century. Despite the ongoing risks, during great swaths of its mostly charmed 142 years, Goldman Sachs has been both envied and feared for having the best talent, the best clients, and the best political connections, and for its ability to alchemize them into extreme profitability and market prowess.

Indeed, of the many ongoing mysteries about Goldman Sachs, one of the most overarching is just how it makes so much money, year
in and year out, in good times and in bad, all the while revealing as little as possible to the outside world about how it does it. Another —equally confounding—mystery is the firm’s steadfast, zealous belief in its ability to manage its multitude of internal and external conflicts better than any other beings on the planet. The combination of these two genetic strains—the ability to make boatloads of money at will and to appear to manage conflicts that have humbled, then humiliated lesser firms—has made Goldman Sachs the envy of its financial-services brethren.

Money and Power: How Goldman Sachs Came to Rule the World by William D. Cohan will disclose internal affairs that have guided the Goldman Sachs during 2008 financial crisis.

Further Reading:

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  2. Accidental Empires: How the Boys of Silicon Valley Make Their Millions by Robert X. Cringely
  3. Capital in the Twenty-First Century by Thomas Piketty

Contents:

CHAPTER 1. A Family Business
CHAPTER 2. The Apostle of Prosperity
CHAPTER 3. The Politician
CHAPTER 4. The Value of Friendship
CHAPTER 5. “What Is Inside Information?”
CHAPTER 6. The Biggest Man on the Block
CHAPTER 7. Caveat Emptor
CHAPTER 8. The Goldman Way
CHAPTER 9. A Formula That Works
CHAPTER 10. Goldman Sake
CHAPTER 11. Busted
CHAPTER 12. Money
CHAPTER 13. Power
CHAPTER 14. The College of Cardinals
CHAPTER 15. $10 Billion or Bust
CHAPTER 16. The Glorious Revolution
CHAPTER 17. It’s Too Much Fun Being CEO of Goldman Sachs
CHAPTER 18. Alchemy
CHAPTER 19. Getting Closer to Home
CHAPTER 20. The Fabulous Fab
CHAPTER 21. Selling to Widows and Orphans
CHAPTER 22. Meltdown
CHAPTER 23. Goldman Gets Paid
CHAPTER 24. God’s Work

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