William D. Cohan appears in the following:
Monday, August 25, 2014
Monday, April 28, 2014
William D. Cohan looks at what the Duke lacrosse team scandal reveals about the pressures faced by America's elite colleges and universities, and he pulls back the curtain on the larger issues of sexual misconduct, underage drinking, and bad-boy behavior prevalent on campuses across the country. The Price of Silence: The Duke Lacrosse Scandal, the Power of the Elite, and the Corruption of Our Great Universities is an account of what happens when ambition, intellectual elitism, athletic prowess, aggressive sexual behavior, racial bias, and absolute prosecutorial authority collide and on a university campus, in the justice system, and in the media.
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Friday, July 13, 2012
It has been a tumultuous year for big banks, and today is turning out to be no different. JPMorgan and Wells Fargo released their earnings reports today.
Wednesday, July 04, 2012
Monday, March 19, 2012
In the days since former Goldman Sachs vice president Greg Smith resigned with a scalding New York Times Op-Ed, the company's reputation has come under fire on all sides. But how fair has the criticism been? And what can Goldman do to rehabilitate its image?
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Vanity Fair business writers, contributing editors Bryan Burrough, William D. Cohan, and Bethany McLean discuss the personal and professional tribulations of Jon Corzine. They spoke to friends and associates of the embattled former Goldman C.E.O. and New Jersey governor to examine the private demons and blind ambition that led Corzine to the MF Global scandal. Their article “Jon Corzine’s Riskiest Business” is in the February issue of Vanity Fair. The paperback release of William Cohan's latest book, Money and Power: How Goldman Sachs Came to Rule the World, is out today.
Friday, September 09, 2011
9/11 had an impact on all of us. Earlier this year the Leonard Lopate Show staff asked a number of our guests to reflect on what the attacks meant to them and the country. Here is what William D. Cohan, an author and former investment banker had to say.
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
William D. Cohan tells how Goldman Sachs became the most dominant, feared, and controversial investment bank in the world. In Money and Power: How Goldman Sachs Came to Rule the World, Cohan chronicles Goldman's rise and looks at its corporate culture, reputation, and the firm’s cultivation of powerful people. Robert Rubin and Henry Paulson, who both became Secretaries of the Treasury, are two of the powerful people under discussion. Their actions surrounding the financial crisis fueled much controversy and conspiracy theories.