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Publisher Comments:

“Spend! Spend! Spend! Where Did Tyco’s Money Go?” by James B. Stewart, from The New Yorker

“The Decline and Fall of the Cult of Equity” by Andrew Hill, from the Financial Times

“The Death of One American Dream” by Shirleen Holt, from The Seattle Times

“Shattered Dynasty” by Suzanna Andrews, from Vanity Fair

“For Richer” by Paul Krugman, from The New York Times Magazine

“In Defense of the Boom” by Michael Lewis, from The New York Times Magazine

“The Telecom Boom’s Dark Remnants” by Michael Guillen, from The Oregonian

“Rich Man, Poor Company” by Chris O’Brien and Jack Davis, from the San Jose Mercury News

“Deciding on Executive Pay: Lack of Independence Seen” by Diana B. Henriques and Geraldine Fabrikant, from The New York Times

“How It All Fell Apart” by Johnnie L. Roberts, from Newsweek

“Planet Starbucks” by Stanley Holmes, Drake Bennett, Kate Carlisle, and Chester Dawson, from BusinessWeek

“The Google Gods” by Stefanie Olsen, from CNET News.com

“Up Against Wal-Mart” by Karen Olsson, from Mother Jones

“Is Our Children Learning?” by Julie Landry, from Red Herring

“The Investigation: How Eliot Spitzer Humbled Wall Street” by John Cassidy, from The New Yorker

“Inside the Rock” by Loch Adamson, from Worth

“Unfair Disclosure” by Bob Drummond, from Bloomberg Markets

“Inside McKinsey” by John A. Byrne, from BusinessWeek

“Alliance Capital’s Bad Bets” by Edward Robinson, from Bloomberg Markets

“Where the Money’s Really Made” by Andy Serwer, from Fortune

“The Economics of Empire” by William Finnegan, from Harper’s Magazine

“The Debt Bomb” by Jonathan R. Laing, from Barron’s

“Big Bucks, Small Town, Bond Haven” by Noelle Haner-Dorr, from Orlando Business Journal

“Flight into the Red” by Steve Huettel, from the St. Petersburg Times

“Full Price: A Young Woman, an Appendectomy, and a $19,000 Debt” by Lucette Lagnado, from The Wall Street Journal

“The Fall of Andersen” by Delroy Alexander, Greg Burns, Robert Manor, Flynn McRoberts and E. A. Torriero, from the Chicago Tribune

“Why Good Accountants Do Bad Audits” by Max H. Bazerman, George Loewenstein and Don A. Moore, from Harvard Business Review

“Troubling Options—Inside the Tough Call at Sprint” by Rebecca Blumenstein and Carol Hymowitz, from The Wall Street Journal

“Wild, Wild Qwest” by Lou Kilzer, David Milstead, and Jeff Smith, from the Rocky Mountain News

“The New Face of Shoplifting” by Joanne Kimberlin, from The Virginian-Pilot

“The Year the Music Dies” by Charles C. Mann, from Wired

“Big Battle for a Silly Old Bear: Who Owns the Honey Pot?” by Meg James, from the Los Angeles Times

“The Monopolist” by Connie Bruck, from The New Yorker

“From Heroes to Goats . . . and Back Again?” by Jerry Useem, from Fortune

“A Virtuous Cycle” by James Surowiecki, from Forbes

About the Author

Andrew Leckey, nationally syndicated investment columnist for the Chicago Tribune Company, is director of the Donald C. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at the American Press Institute. He was previously a CNBC anchor and contributing editor for Quicken.com. Leckey was director of the Business Journalism program at the University of California, Berkeley, and a visiting professor at Boston University. He received the National Association of Investors Corporation’s “Distinguished Service Award in Investment Education.” Leckey has been the author of nine financial books. He was a Knight Bagehot Fellow in Economics and Business Journalism and a fellow of the Media Studies Center, both at Columbia.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781400031467
Editor:
Leckey, Andrew
Editor:
Bogle, Jack
Author:
edited by Andrew Leckey and John C. Bogle
Publisher:
Random House
Location:
New York
Subject:
Business
Subject:
Motivational
Subject:
Business Writing
Subject:
Journalism
Subject:
Businesspeople
Subject:
Business Life - General
Subject:
Corporate & Business History - General
Edition Description:
2004 Paperback
Series:
Best Business Stories of the Year
Series Volume:
8083-25
Publication Date:
January 2004
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Pages:
496
Dimensions:
8.21x5.22x1.11 in. .99 lbs.

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