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Author Raghavan, Anita.
Title The billionaire's apprentice : the rise of the Indian-American elite and the fall of the Galleon hedge fund / Anita Raghavan.
Published New York : Business Plus, 2013.
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 Floor3  HG4530 .R337 2013    IN LIBRARY
Edition 1st ed.
Description xvi, 493 p. , [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Twice blessed -- Discovery. "Who will show me the way in the world?" ; "I respectfully decline to answer the question" ; A family affair ; Drama at ITT ; Birdie trades ; Promises to keep ; The Good Ship Galleon -- Rising. No ask backs ; "The Tamil Tiger" of Wall Street ; Up or out at McKinsey ; The camera never lies ; The corner office ; Raj's edge ; Building Offshore-istan ; Partying and Polycom ; Playing for Team USA ; The Wharton Mafia ; Reeling in Roomy -- Falling. Moonlighting at McKinsey ; A Vanaprastha on the Hudson ; The dishonorable Dosco ; On the new Silk route ; The million-dollar man ; "You've gotta be a hustler" ; The richest maid in Silicon Valley ; The Wire ; "I played him like a finely tuned piano" ; A friend on the board ; A tragic call ; "Buy Goldman Sachs, buy Goldman Sachs" ; Trading at the Setai ; Handcuffs for breakfast -- Trials. "Why is it so quiet around here?" ; "He's a bad man" ; The Gupta file ; Kumar sings ; An unhappy Diwali ; Et tu, Kumar? ; A family secret.
Summary Depicts the collapse of a multi-billion dollar South Asian hedge fund due to insider trading and describes the case brought against them by the son of Indian immigrants who went up against the corporation's founder.
Subject Hedge funds -- Corrupt practices -- United States.
Investment advisors -- Corrupt practices -- United States.
Insider trading in securities.
East Indian Americans.
ISBN 9781455504022 (hc.)
1455504025 (hc.)
OCLC number 844963689