Summary:

The telecoms boom and bust, and the many colourful and crooked characters who lined their pockets on the way, produced a crop of books, the most entertaining of which is “Broadbandits: Inside the $750 billion Telecom Heist” by Om Malik, formerly a writer at Red Herring, […]

The telecoms boom and bust, and the many colourful and crooked characters who lined their pockets on the way, produced a crop of books, the most entertaining of which is “Broadbandits: Inside the $750 billion Telecom Heist” by Om Malik, formerly a writer at Red Herring, a now-defunct technology magazine. [ The Economist ]

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