Richard Gray—author, Freshwater Society founder, entrepreneur and CEO—has spent the last four years researching and writing about the individuals and companies that have been at the center of schemes and frauds in the financial market.
His newly released book entitled Greedsters: When Enough is Never Enough exposes the misdeeds of 194 individuals and dozens of companies. It discusses the “Greedsters” and what makes them tick including, Madoff, Stanford, Foshay, Petters, Cook and Ponzi and takes Main Street, Wall Street, Big Banks and the SEC to task.
This easy-to-read book should be in every library at home, in the office or for the general public. It's ideal for economics or civics courses and professional use. It's fun, serious, factual and sometimes humorous with true stories of the 2007-2012 and financial crisis.
What readers are saying:
"An astonishing book"
"A must in everybody's library"
"Be sure to read it before the next financial crisis"
"This book is genuinely important to all of us"
A book presentation and signing will take place next Thursday, Oct. 25, at 6:30 p.m., at the Gray Freshwater Center in Navarre. The event is open to the public, and there is no charge.
Please rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org or 952-314-8133.