An unusual sniper takes us on a interesting ride in this first novel.
A finance student has "no qualms about fetching coffee, shining shoes, or picking up laundry, and will work for next to nothing."
A character-driven financial thriller about financial schemes, murder and greed — but mostly about the meaning of fatherhood.
A Memoir of Money and Madness that recounts the author's seven years as a trader on Wall Street for Lehman Brothers.
A seemingly-helpful family friend finds David a seat at a bucket-shop off-Wall Street firm with the promise that money flows like wine.
ELCO takes you from the battlefields of the Pacific to the boardrooms of Wall Street, from Congress to the casinos of the West.
Street-smart guide for savvy do-it-yourself independent investors that shows exactly how to play the stock market game for both fun and profit.
Materialism is just as oppressive as the other 'isms' humanity has been struggling to free itself from.
He's more likely to joke about farts than the Fed, but famed radio host Mike O'Meara proudly defends OWS.
Out with a new book, Bill Clinton complains President Obama has been too tough on Wall Street. The problem is, the former president's still just partying like 1999.