MiB: David Enrich on Deutsche Bank

Jay Owen Reforming Global Finance, Books and Reviews

“Ethical Markets is happy to post a link to this conversation between Barry Ritholtz, whose book “Bailout Nation” I reviewed, along with many others, including Andrew Ross Sorkin’s “Too Big To Fail“ on our Books & Reviews page at www.ethicalmarkets.com.  I read David Enrich’s brilliant “ Dark Towers“ (2019) a comprehensive study of the history and activities of Deutsche Bank and their role in bankrolling Trump’s real estate deals and have not yet found time to review it! So thanks, Barry and David Enrich!

Also see our LATEST HEADLINES a link to the ”Beyond Oil: The Birth of Green“ teleseminar all next week hosted by Southbank Investment Research, with energy finance experts, including the founder of Bloomberg New Energy Finance (and yes, me!) for the Exponential Energy Fortunes Letter.

Our latest Survey with our partner GlobeScan in our series of polls in eleven countries on “BEYOND GDP“ will be released July 29 on CSRWire, the first of these Surveys was presented by me at the European Parliament in 2007 (www.beyond.gdp.eu) all still on our Beyond GDP page.

~Hazel Henderson, Editor“

MiB: David Enrich on Deutsche Bank

This week on our Masters in Business interview, we speak with David Enrich, Finance editor at the New York Times. He is the author of The Spider Network about the LIBOR manipulation scandal; his new book is “Dark Towers: Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump, and an Epic Trail of Destruction.” Enrich discusses how Deutsche Bank changed from a sleepy,…

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10 Weekend Reads

The weekend is here! Pour yourself a mug of Guatemalan coffee, grab a seat on the beach, and get ready for our longer form weekend reads: • How to talk to conspiracy theorists—and still be kind: Experts and r/ChangeMyView subreddit moderators offer 10 tips to debunk conspiracy theories convincingly. (MIT Technology Review) • ‘They’d Find Fraud,…

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