“The first good book about one of capitalism’s most embarrassing debacles.” (Salon.com)
“Admirably lucid and comprehensive.” (The Guardian (London))
“A marvelous book. . . . Dot.con will be read by generations of .... B-school graduates.” (Wall Street Journal)
John Cassidy is one of the world’s best financial journalists. Dot.con [is] compelling. (Rupert Murdoch)
“John Cassidy’s [Dot.con] deserves to be the boom’s standard account. It is informative, perceptive, and gracefully written.” (New Republic)
“Shrewd and entertaining...thoroughly persuasive.” (The Economist)
About the Author
John Cassidy, one of the country's leading business journalists, has been a staff writer at the New Yorker for six years, covering economics and finance. Previously he was business editor of the Sunday Times (London) and deputy editor of the New York Post. He lives in New York.