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Street freak : money and madness at Lehman Brothers : a memoir

Author: Jared Dillian
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st Touchstone hardcover edView all editions and formats
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A former trader recounts the final years of Lehman Brothers, discussing the outrageous personalities of his co-workers, his own battles with mental illness, and the company's activities during the economic collapse.
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Named Person: Jared Dillian; Jared Dillian
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jared Dillian
ISBN: 9781439181263 1439181268
OCLC Number: 687664310
Description: vi, 356 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Portrait of a trader : October 2, 2007 --
Spartacus : October 2, 2007 --
Drive : September 11, 2001 --
Vice asshole : fall 2001 --
Found money : winter 2002 --
Jay Knight : winter 2002-spring 2002 --
Primate of the year : summer 2002-fall 2002 --
Dark : fall 2002-winter 2003 --
T+1 : winter 2003-summer 2004 --
Aggressive : summer 2004-fall 2004 --
ThankYouDriveThru : fall 2004-Winter 2005 --
Everything is not going to be OK : winter 2006 --
I remember : winter 2006 --
Top tick : spring 2006-winter 2007 --
Grace : spring 2007-winter 2008 --
Bad trader : winter 2007-summer 2008 --
Those bastards : summer 2008-fall 2008.
Responsibility: Jared Dillian.

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A former trader recounts the final years of Lehman Brothers, discussing the outrageous personalities of his co-workers, his own battles with mental illness, and the company's activities during the economic collapse.
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"A bipolar math whiz [and] amusingly caustic writer whose new memoir pulls no punches about a financial career that nearly cost him both his sanity and his life." <b> Fortune.com</b>"

 
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