Black and White on Wall Street
Wall Street bond trader Joseph Jett talked about his book Black and White on Wall Street: The Untold Story of the Man Wrongly Accused of… read more
Wall Street bond trader Joseph Jett talked about his book Black and White on Wall Street: The Untold Story of the Man Wrongly Accused of Bringing Down Kidder Peabody, published by William Morrow. Mr. Jett explained how he was falsely accused of setting up a $350 million securities fraud while working at Kidder Peabody. He said Wall Street is a racist culture bent on greed. After his prepared remarks, he took questions from the audience. close
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