The Cost Could Be Fatal : My War Against Wall Street's GianteBook - 2002
In the true spirit of David and Goliath, rookie financial consultant Keith Schooley takes a stand to expose a corrupt corporate culture at one of the nation's most respected firms. Schooley takes on his former employer in a stand to expose internal wrongdoing and cover-ups. In Merrill Lynch: The Cost Could Be Fatal - My War Against Wall Street's Giant, Schooley's initial excitement for a new career in finance with Merrill Lynch is clear. His enthusiasm is soon overshadowed by blatant wrongdoing in this powerhouse financial firm. In a daring move, Schooley decides he cannot look the other way and writes a lengthy memo to company management. Confident things will be put right, Schooley is shocked at Merrill Lynch's ensuing attempts to keep him quiet. His eventual dismissal and threat of a lawsuit by his boss are followed by further steps to keep him down. Discover the fascinating details behind: What events led to the courtroom and binding arbitration. Why Schooley's appeals to regulatory agencies were futile. How Schooley made the ultimate sacrifice, both financially and personally. The shocking reason behind Schooley's move from the courtroom to the court of public opinion. Merrill Lynch: The Cost Could Be Fatal is a must for all investors; anyone employed in the area of securities, insurance, financial services, employment law, or human resources; as well as anyone with an association with Merrill Lynch. This expose' of corruption and conspiracy on Wall Street strikes at America's very foundation.
Publisher: Enid, Okla. : Lakepointe Pub., 
Copyright Date: ©2002
Branch Call Number: Internet Access
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xix, 282 pages).