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Cullman, Lewis B.

Can't Take It With You: The Art of Making and Giving Money

Cullman, Lewis B. - Can't Take It With You: The Art of Making and Giving Money, ebook

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Praise for Can't Take It With You

"Lewis Cullman is one of this nation's major and most generous philanthropists. Here he combines a fascinating autobiography of a life in finance with a powerful expose' of how the business of giving works, including some tips for all of us on how to leverage our money to enlarge our largesse."

-Walter Cronkite

"Lewis Cullman has woven a rich and seamless fabric from the varied strands of his business, philanthropic, and personal life. Every chapter is filled with wonderful insights and amusing anecdotes that illuminate a life that has been very well lived. This book has been written with an honesty and candor that should serve as a model for others."

-David Rockefeller

"Lewis Cullman's memoir made me feel good. A vibrant, thoughtful, and gracious man has written a wonderful tale about living a full life and giving back a lot to society."

-Arthur Levitt

Former Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission

"I was so enjoyably exhausted after reading the book-I can only imagine living the life! It seems there is no good cause that Lewis has not supported, no good business opportunity that Lewis has missed, and no fun that Lewis has not had."

-Agnes Gund

President Emerita, The Museum of Modern Art

"Now I know that venture capitalism and horse trading are almost as much fun as looking for new species in the Amazon. This book is exceptionally well written. The prose is evocative, vibrant, and inspirational."

-Edward O. Wilson

Professor Emeritus, Harvard University

Honorary Curator in Entomology, Harvard's Museum of Comparative Zoology

Keywords: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Finance BUS027000

Author(s)
Publisher
John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
Publication year
2004
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
240 pages
Category
Economy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780471666783
Printed ISBN
9780471657637

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