Take On the Street
Arthur Levitt talked about his book Take On the Street: What Wall Street and Corporate America Don’t Want You to Know, published by Pantheon Books. The book and talk concentrate on how individual investors can take matters into their own hands to protect their investments from corporations and Wall Street, which Mr. Levitt contends are often hiding the truth about their value from the public. Mr. Levitt took questions from the audience at the conclusion of his prepared remarks. close
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Susan Ashford Associate Dean University of Michigan->Business Administration
Eugene Imhoff Jr. Professor University of Michigan->Business Administration
Arthur Levitt Chairman (Former) Securities and Exchange Commission
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