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The Two Trillion Dollar Meltdown: Easy Money, High Rollers, and the Great Credit Crash by Charles Morris

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The burst of startup activity was also driven by demographics. I belonged to the senior management group of a large bank in the early 1980s. Almost all of us were in our early forties. We supervised hundreds and hundreds of ambitious thirtysomething baby boomers facing promotion channels that were hopelessly clogged. The big companies that were our customers all had the same problem, and most of them were downsizing, to boot. Of course ...

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