That was an assessment shared by others he knew on Wall Street, Cohan says—though apparently not everyone sees Bain that way.
In one of the biggest “gets” of the book, Cohan interviews Robert Steel, who was the chairman of Dukes?
Cohan's House of Cards: A Tale of Hubris and Wretched Excess on Wall Street, was published by Doubleday on March 10.
Cohan's House of Cards: A Tale of Hubris and Wretched Excess on Wall Street, will be published by Doubleday on March 10.
Cohan's House of Cards: The Fall of Bear Stearns and the End of the Second Gilded Age, will be published by Doubleday in 2009.
Or, on coming in you are handed by the clerk a memorandum which states that Mr. Cohan telephoned.
"How long were you at the front, buddy," asked Cohan coolly.
A small man in a coat that looked almost like an officer's coat, it was so well cut, was shaking hands effusively with Cohan.
She looked at Cohan's fist and shrugged her shoulders and laughed.
The confusion that had prevailed at Crpy was, happily, missing at Cohan.