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  1. Michael Milken was a productive genius who benefitted everyone with his so-called "junk bonds " and his brilliant role in restructuring corporate America. (Web site)

Michael Milken

  1. Michael Milken earned the moniker as "The Junk Bond King" in the 1980s when he pioneered and essentially created the market for high-yield bonds.
  2. The newly built Drexel Burnham dispatched hotshot bond trader Michael Milken to their newly established Beverly Hills, California office.
  3. Fischel, Daniel R. Payback : the conspiracy to destroy Michael Milken and his financial revolution.
  4. A handful of the crooks---including Ivan Boesky, Michael Milken, and Charles Keating---were imprisoned for their roles in the looting scheme.
  5. Also excluded was Michael Milken, who made billions for himself and others in the 1980s junk-bond business.

Junk Bonds

  1. After mortgage bonds, Lewis examined junk bonds and how Michael Milken built junk bonds from nothing to a multi-trillion-dollar market.
  2. MAXXAM was an artifice financed with junk bonds from the failed Drexel Burnham Lambert investment firm and its chief junk bond master Michael Milken. (Web site)

Junk Bond

  1. In 1989 a federal grand jury indicted "Junk Bond King" Michael Milken for violations of federal securities and racketeering laws.
  2. Boesky cooperated with the SEC and informed on several of his insiders, including junk bond trader Michael Milken.
  3. Some high-profile individuals, such as Michael Milken, are seeking a pardon on securities fraud charges.
  4. An earlier wave of financial malfeasance in the 1980s saw prominent Wall Street figures Ivan Boesky and Michael Milken sent to jail.
  5. Michael Milken Michael Milken is an American stockbroker who made a fortune -- $550 million in 1987 -- through insider trading for junk bonds. (Web site)


  1. Michael Milken traded high-yield bonds for the firm. (Web site)
  2. Michael Milken directly contributed to the rise of the media monopoly by pioneering the use of the junk bond for corporate media mergers. (Web site)


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