The tortured soul of Joseph Jett

Stone, Michael
June 1994
New York;6/13/94, Vol. 27 Issue 24, p34
Profiles ex-trader Joseph Jett. Alleged involvement in a scheme to inflate the amount of money he made for Kidder, Peabody; Educational background; Family life; Events leading to his employment in Kidder in 1991; Relationship with co-workers; Alleged onset of his scam in January 1992; Promotions at Kidder; Managerial style.


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