Liaquat Ahamed, who reviews the book in our May 15 issue, calls it “riveting reading,” a vivid portrait of “a sad, hapless man who, lacking the character to tell the truth at the critical moment, stumbled foolishly and blindly into one of the crimes of the century.”
Bankers Named Who Doubted Madoff
A new federal bankruptcy court filing on Thursday showed that three current members of JPMorgan Chase’s executive committee had discussed, as early as June 2007, the possibility that Bernard L. Madoff was running a Ponzi scheme — as, indeed, he was — but took no action to protect investors or alert regulators.
Profile: Mark Madoff, A Son Lost to Suicide
On the second anniversary of his father’s life-shattering confession, a Madoff son finds the scandal, finally, was just too much to bear.
A selection of articles that appeared in The New York Times on the Madoff scandal can be viewed here.