Charlie Gasparino's The Sellout has been more hyped on CNBC than any book that any of their affiliated personalities have ever written, and frankly, for those who have that network on 60 hours per week as I do, it may seem like it has been...

The litany of books on the 2008 economic crisis covers a lot of ground. There are a plethora of good books that have come out thus far (and plenty of bad ones). My reading has already taken me through some books that I...

I am not really sure where to start in reviewing Joseph Tibman's new book, The Murder of Lehman Brothers. Like the preceding book on Lehman's extraordinary fall (see my review of A Collosal Failure of Common Sense here), there is plenty of riveting stuff...

The latest book review in my ongoing series pertaining to the financial catastrophe of 2008 brings me to the delightful Dr. John Taylor, a Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution and prominent economist throughout the last 35 years. His tiny work, Getting off Track,...