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I found the book extremely well written and incredibly researched.
This book, written in 1990, tells the detailed story of one of the largest Wall Street deals of all time - the leveraged buyout of the RJR Nabisco Corporation.
I read this book several years ago after watching the movie based on the book.
I found this book very long, but very interesting and it does a good job of holding your interest. I is much like a suspense drama set in the high stakes, fast paced world of... Read morePublished 7 days ago by timothy sho donahue
A little boring in some passages, but overall a pretty phenomenal book. It really gives a clear insight into the behaviour of many of these corporate executives.Published 10 days ago by DM
Somewhat interesting, but do I really need to know every single teensy weensy detail? I gave up around page 200 as it just never quite grabbed my interest.Published 14 days ago by Hayley
I have read this book 4 times & still love it!! Despite Gordon Gecko, "greed is NOT good"!Published 29 days ago by David Connelly
The epilogue of Barbarians at the Gate: The Fall of RJR Nabisco reveals the impressive, surprising fact that the book was researched and written by its two authors, Bryan Burroughs... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stephan Campbell
This book is a fascinating account into the '80s - the 'golden era' for Leveraged Buyouts (LBOs). It gives the reader a great insight into workings of RJR Nabisco and goes into... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Balaji Reddipalli
This is an example of what thorough research and interviews with the principals can do. This is a very detailed account of what happened during the 'battle' during the take over... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brian Morgan
Knowing nothing about leveraged buy outs, I found this book to be very educational. It is extremely well written and rivals the best fiction books for suspense and intrigue. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
it's a fascinating account of the last of the great financial takeovers. it was difficult for a neophyte like me to keep all the characters straights.Published 2 months ago by Jerome V. Murphy