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Merrill Lynch : the cost could be fatal : my war against Wall Street's giant /

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Language: English
Published: Lakepointe Pub., 2002
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SUMMARY

When financial consultant Keith Schooley took a job with one of the largest, most respected securities firms on Wall Street, he had high hopes for a successful career. He was proud to work for a company of such high integrity as Merrill Lynch. It didn't take long, however, for Schooley to realize Merrill Lynch's well-cultivated reputation was not based on what went on behind the facade. Merrill Lynch: The Cost Could Be Fatal¬óMy War Against Wall Street's Giant is Schooley's detailed account of the disturbing incidents that eventually led him to a courtroom battle with the behemoth firm.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Forewordp. xi
Preface: All That Glittersp. xv
In the Beginningp. xvi
Chapter 1Keith Schooleyp. 1
Chapter 2The Fast Track. The Downward Spiralp. 9
Chapter 3Schooley Declares Warp. 25
Chapter 4The First Responsep. 29
Chapter 5Round II--Battle of the Boardp. 43
Chapter 6Preparing for More Warp. 59
Chapter 7Regulatorsp. 71
Chapter 8Pre-litigationp. 83
Chapter 9NYSE Arbitrationp. 107
The Hearing Begins: Show Timep. 118
Opening Statements: Bruce Day Does a Numberp. 122
Keith Schooley: The Earth Will Shakep. 127
Barry Clark: Thomas Says Schooley Is a Cancerp. 156
Schooley Continues: There Will Be No Violencep. 163
Gary Champion: I Can Guarantee Youp. 167
Lisa Brainard: Mistaken Identityp. 171
Bill Hall: Cheat Sheets Absolutely Existedp. 172
Brent Barton: It Was Starting to Look Like Watergatep. 181
Ellis Edwards: Merrill Lynch Needs to Terminate Some Peoplep. 190
Helmuth Meditz: Why the Memo? You Had to Know It Would Go All the Way to Senior Managementp. 192
Barry Mandel: I Don't Know if I Could Work in an Office Where My Manager Is Threatening to Sue Mep. 203
Jack Thomas: I Was Going to Sue Schooley for Anything I Couldp. 210
Professor Michael Rustad: A Multiplicity of Smoking Gunsp. 219
Alan Rockler: I'm Getting Confused--This Has Gone On for So Longp. 224
Closing Arguments: An Extremely Unusual Casep. 228
Chapter 10Litany of Litigationp. 243
Chapter 11The Final Bidp. 261
Chapter 12Court of Public Opinionp. 267
Acknowledgmentsp. 273
Indexp. 275


AUTHOR NOTES

Keith Schooley was involved in the oil business for many years before and after his employment with Merrill Lynch. He holds a B.B.A. from the University of Oklahoma and an M.B.A. from Oklahoma State University. A lifelong resident of Oklahoma with two children, Schooley currently makes his home in Enid


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