The Savage Way Successfully Navigating the Waves of Business and Life (Hardcover)
|Author: Frank Savage|
From the Publisher:
The Savage Way recounts the most important challenges and opportunities of Frank Savage's lengthy career in business and finance, including investing in Africa, traveling and working in Japan, parallels between success in sailing and in business, and the famous scandals of Enron. This is a personal memoir on the level of Bloomberg by Bloomberg, opening with Enron, Frank's mother as his inspiration, his travels and experience investing in Africa, studying at Howard University, his first banking job at Citibank and afterward in Liberia, ?Black Capitalism? at Equitable, lessons from investing in Africa (Zambia, in particular), working in Japan for Alliance Capital and the discovery of a rogue trader, the collapse of Enron and fall-out from scandal, and Frank's days as a competitive yachtsman.
Chapter 1: Too Much Money
Chapter 2: Getting In, Struggling out, Getting Right
Chapter 3: La Savage, the Source and Inspiration
Chapter 4: The Journey to True Origins
Chapter 5: My Journey Deepens
Chapter 6: The Longer Road Home
Chapter 7: Africa Calls Once Again...
Chapter 8: Walking Over A Bridge Not Burned
Chapter 9: Sailing LOLITA, Pulling It All Together