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Dennis Levine was a middle-class boy from the Queens district of New York. His financial acumen propelled him up through the tiers of Wall Street until at the age of 32 he was a managing director of Drexel Burnham Lambert, specializing in corporate take-overs. He was earning nearly $2 million a year, but his salary was insignificant compared with the gains he made from insider trading and salted away in a secret bank account in Switzerland, unknown even to his wife.
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)364.168Social sciences Social problems and services; associations Criminology Crimes and Offenses Crimes of property
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