An expose of the billionaires who built the US economy on sand, and the virus that saw it crumble
Crash Landing will take readers behind the scenes of an unprecedented period of global economic turmoil, and will connect the corporate chieftains making hard decisions to the ordinary people they affect. It will dip into the ten-year bull market that brought corporate America to an Icarus-like moment, flying too close to the sun to withstand the shock that came, and chart the rise of the companies that came to define that era - and the workforces they created that made so many millions of Americans susceptible to the shutdown.
Liz Hoffman will pull back the curtain on the most violent few months in the modern American economy, shedding light on the virus's effects on business and financial markets and telling the tale from the viewpoints of CEOs and investors and taking readers inside boardrooms and onto factory floors and trading pits.
For fans of Michael Lewis and Andrew Sorkin.