The Billionaire's Apprentice: The Rise of The Indian-American Elite and The Fall of The Galleon Hedge Fund



BY ANITA RAGHAVAN


Description

This book details the relationship between the rise of the Indian-American elite and the collapse of the Galleon Group, a hedge fund that managed more than $7 billion in assets. The Billionaire’s Apprentice follows a sensational case that pitted U.S. prosecutor Preet Bharara, the son of Indian immigrants, against the best and brightest of the South Asian business community. At the center of the case was self-described King of Kings, Galleon's founder Raj Rajaratnam, a Sri-Lankan-born, Wharton-educated billionaire. 

Investigative journalist Anita Raghavan criss-crosses the globe from Wall Street boardrooms to Delhi's Indian Institute of Technology as she reveals an incredible tale of triumph, temptation and tragedy.




Product Details

COPYRIGHT 2015
ISBN 978-1-455-50401-5
Paperback, 288 PAGES
GRAND CENTRAL PUBLISHING

Table of Contents:


  • Part 1: Discovery
  • Chapter 1: "Who Will Show Me the Way in the World?"
  • Chapter 2: "I Respectfully Decline to Answer the Question"
  • Chapter 3: A Family Affair
  • Chapter 4: Drama at IIT
  • Chapter 5: Birdie Trades
  • Chapter 6: Promises to Keep
  • Chapter 7: The Good Ship Galleon
  • Part 2: Rising
  • Chapter 8: No Ask Hacks
  • Chapter 9: "The Tamil Tiger" of Wall Street
  • Chapter 10: Up or Out at McKinsey
  • Chapter 11: The Camera Never Lies
  • Chapter 12: The Corner Office
  • Chapter 13: Raj's Edge
  • Chapter 14: Building Offshore-istan
  • Chapter 15: Partying and Polycom
  • Chapter 16: Playing for Team USA
  • Chapter 17: The Wharton Mafia
  • Chapter 18: Reeling in Roomy
  • Part 3: Falling
  • Chapter 19: Moonlighting at McKinsey
  • Chapter 20: A Vanaprastha on the Hudson
  • Chapter 21: The Dishonorable Disco
  • Chapter 22: On the New Silk Route
  • Chapter 23: The Million-Dollar Man
  • Chapter 24: "You've Gotta Be a Hustler"
  • Chapter 25: The Richest Maid in Silicon Valley
  • Chapter 26: The Wire
  • Chapter 27: "I Played Him Like a Finely Tuned Piano"
  • Chapter 28: A Friend on the Board
  • Chapter 29: A Tragic Call
  • Chapter 30: "Buy Goldman Sachs, Buy Goldman Sachs"
  • Chapter 31: Trading at the Setai
  • Chapter 32: Handcuffs for Breakfast
  • Part 4: Trials
  • Chapter 33: "Why Is It So Quiet Around Here?"
  • Chapter 34: "He's a Bad Man"
  • Chapter 35: The Gupta File
  • Chapter 36: Kumar Sings
  • Chapter 37: An Unhappy Diwali
  • Chapter 38: Et Tu, Kumar?
  • Chapter 39: A Family Secret
  • Afterword