Author Michael Lewis Revisits “Liar’s Poker”

From a New York Times story by DealBook writer Andrew Ross Sorkin headlined “Michael Lewis Revisits ‘Liar’s Poker'”:

In 1989, a 29-year-old Michael Lewis published the groundbreaking book “Liar’s Poker,” a telling narrative about his time as a bond salesman at Salomon Brothers in the late 1980s. More than 30 years later, it remains required reading on Wall Street.

“Liar’s Poker” launched Mr. Lewis’s writing career, leading to more than a dozen books, many about business, including “The Big Short.”