andrew ross sorkin

FT/Goldman Sachs Book Awards Celebrate Reading in a Digital Age

Fault Lines: How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy, by Raghuram G. Rajan, took home the honors at the Financial Times/Goldman Sachs business book of the year award. Keynote speaker Vartan Gregorian delivered a rousing speech in which he called the print vs. digital debate a false choice.

Two Years After Lehman:
Still Too Big to Fail

"It felt like the world was on fire," recalls financial writer Andrew Ross Sorkin, whose book Too Big To Fail covers the crisis at its peak. In an interview, he discusses the meltdown, its aftermath, the quest for power on Wall Street and why more regulation is still needed.