Credit Crunch Unmasks MadoffMatthew Goldstein
For years there were whispers on Wall Street about Bernard Madoff’s hedge fund. The cynics said the returns were too good, too steady and Madoff’s operation always looked too slim for the tens of billions of dollars it was managing. But given Madoff’s more than four-decades of experience as trader and past service as chairman of the Nasdaq Stock Market the wealthy kept giving him their money.
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