With Steinberg’s Death, U.S. Business Lost an Archetype

Dec. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Saul Steinberg, one of the high-flying corporate raiders of the postwar U.S., who died last week, led the way for a generation of aggressive financiers. He was from the start a canny investor with seemingly unlimited reserves of adrenaline.

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