From Library Journal
Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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In this very interesting book, Blackstone's Vice Chairman Byron Wein interviews one of the world's most successful investors, George Soros, about his investing and global finance... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Alan Lattanner
A good read, and the conversation format is much more understandable than any other writing format.Published 11 months ago by Peter Yawei.Zhang
This book can be thought of as a bit of a biography for Soros till around 1995. Being in the interview format makes it an easy read. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ramesh
This book is a series of lengthy interviews of George Soros with Byron Wien and Krisztina Koenen.
There is an extensive discussion about the following topics:
• Managing... Read more
Soros is to socialist for me. He borders on communist. Just completed the biography of Stalin and that influenced my vote on the Soros book.Published 20 months ago by Ben Holdman
When I was reading the book, I realized that Soros had written about many phenomena we'd face 10 years after the book was published. Read morePublished 21 months ago by theadoor
I LOVED IT! I was Amazed how open & freely he gave us his inner thoughts & explained how the World Works! Thank you!Published 23 months ago by William Reader
I like Soros, but this book didn't really have a coherent message. Alternatively said, each time he started to speak on a interesting topic, the conversation lacked depth or a... Read morePublished on December 15, 2013 by Amazon Customer