Through anecdotes and narrative, economics journalist Madrick traces the business mergers and financial speculation that arose in the early 1970s, finishing his work with a look at the fall of Ivan Boesky in the mid-1980s. He focuses on the executives behind particular corporate deals, examining howSimilarly, Copperweld was able to put off a bid by the Rothschild company, Societe Imetal of France. ... The Ohio Commission delayed the tender long enough for Northwest Industries to make a higher bid, and Microdot accepted it. Northwestanbsp;...
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