A First-Class Catastrophe
Diana Henriques talked about her book, A First-Class Catastrophe, about the worst day in stock market history. On that day, October 19, 1987, the market lost 22 percent of its value. She spoke with Bloomberg View columnist Joe Nocera.
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Karrie Ducusin Coordinator Word Bookstore->Events and Outreach
Diana B. Henriques Senior Writer New York Times->Finance
Joseph Nocera Columnist Bloomberg View
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