The first half of the book reads like an old novel with the rise of George Peabody's merchant bank in London. Junius Morgan then enters the picture and revamps the Morgan bank. His son is portrayed as a boy who longs to make his mark on the world, just not the financial world, despite his nose. After that era, we see the Morgan banks separate and go their separate ways. It is portrayed as a boys club that has temporarily broken up due to schoolyard type scuffles. He compares recent Morgan executives with those from the past, and the comparison shows... [continues]
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