Masters of the Universe aren't so masterful after all
Every generation has its “Masters of the Universe.” In the late 1980s, it was junk bond impresario Michael Milken and the gang at Salomon Brothers that writer Michael Lewis captured brilliantly in “Liar’s Poker.” In the 1990s, it was the investment bankers and analysts like Frank Quattrone and Mary Meeker that made fortunes hawking Internet stocks to the masses.
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