A pacey, irreverent read but with a devastatingly serious message, Pigs at the Trough gives investors invaluable insights into how to spot the telltale signs of impending corporate collapse, and how to avoid being another victim. Not to be missed. Allco, Babcock, ABC; he cuts through the nonsense and gets to the heart of how billions in savings were blown sky high while cunning bankers walked away with millions. The carnage will smoke for years. It's fun while it lasts, but when the delusion ends, only those doing the shuffling have the wealth.
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A pacey, irreverent read but with a devastatingly serious message, Pigs at the Trough gives investors invaluable insights into how to spot the. If you are into flagrant and insolent audacity then Pigs at the Trough is for you for this is the story of how a generation of executives, under the.
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Not in United States? Choose your country's store to see books available for purchase. Arianna Huffington turns the spotlight on the tough reforms we must demand from Washington that go beyond the Corporate Responsibility Act. Too Big to Fail.
Nationally syndicated columnist Huffington's greatest dilemma while writing this scathing indictment of the corporate and political culture that brought the "new economy" '90s crashing down must have been how to choose among the plethora of examples of greed, corruption, hypocrisy and political manipulation. So unsavory are the CEO villains, so unfathomable is their greed and monstrously callous is their disregard for the thousands of employees who lost jobs and savings because of them, that even the most worldly activist and most cynical political observers will be shocked by what they read here. And Huffington's indictment of the corporate culture of greed, one that she believes undermines democracy, goes far beyond the high-flying corporate figures featured in congressional investigations. Among her accusations are that U.