Crash Landing: The Inside Story of How the World's Biggest Companies Survived an Economy on the Brink

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$30.00  $27.90
Crown Publishing Group (NY)
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6.31 X 9.55 X 1.15 inches | 1.14 pounds

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About the Author
Liz Hoffman is the business and finance editor at Semafor. Previously, she was a senior reporter at The Wall Street Journal, where she covered financial markets, corporate dealmaking, and the machinations of Wall Street. A native of central Pennsylvania, Hoffman graduated from Tufts University and the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.
"This book reads like a suspense thriller because that's what it is, even though every word is true."--Brian Koppelman, co-creator, showrunner, and executive producer of Showtime's Billions

"A riveting chronicle of the boardroom brinksmanship."--Bradley Hope, bestselling author of Billion Dollar Whale

"Liz Hoffman offers something fresh and much needed: an insider tale of what it takes to steer a company--indeed, an economy--through a shock that nobody saw coming. The aspiring C-suite class should take note."--Harvey Schwartz, former president of Goldman Sachs

"A rare look inside the split-second, high-stakes decisions at the top of America's corporate giants . . . This book reflects Liz Hoffman's rare combination of valuable gifts: vivid writing, incredible access and sourcing, and actual insight."--Mary Childs, bestselling author of The Bond King, co-host of NPR's Planet Money

"A momentous story told with the urgency of Too Big to Fail and the unforgettable characterizations of The Big Short."--Brad Stone, bestselling author of Amazon Unbound and The Everything Store

"Those eager to prepare for the next crisis should read this book and heed its lessons."--Gregory Zuckerman, bestselling author of The Man Who Solved the Market

"Savvy analysis and colorful reportage make this an engrossing boardroom view of an economic cataclysm."--Publishers Weekly

"A well-informed perspective on a devastating crisis."--Kirkus Reviews