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Kurt Eichenwald

American journalist

1961   -  

country of citizenship: United States of America
language of expression: English
educated at: Swarthmore College
occupation: journalist
award received: George Polk Award

Kurt Alexander Eichenwald (born June 28, 1961) is an American journalist and a New York Times bestselling author of five books, one of which, The Informant (2000), was made into a motion picture in 2009. Formerly he was a senior writer and investigative reporter with The New York Times, Condé Nast's business magazine, Portfolio, and later was a contributing editor with Vanity Fair and a senior writer with Newsweek. Eichenwald had been employed by The New York Times since 1986 and primarily covered Wall Street and corporate topics such as insider trading, accounting scandals, and takeovers, but also wrote about a range of issues including terrorism, the Bill Clinton pardon controversy, Federal health care policy, and sexual predators on the Internet.
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Conspiracy of Fools

book by Kurt Eichenwald

author: Kurt Eichenwald

The Informant

nonfiction white-collar crime book written by journalist Kurt Eichenwald and published in 2000 by Random House

author: Kurt Eichenwald


Serpent on the Rock

author: Kurt Eichenwald

Conspiracy of Fools

author: Kurt Eichenwald

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