Yalman Onaran (1969- ) was born in Istanbul to lawyer parents whose discussions at home of their court cases made him foreswear studying law himself even though he loved the art of debate, too. He came to the U.S. in 1987 to attend college in Ohio, moved to New York for graduate school at Columbia. He taught at junior high schools before becoming a full-time correspondent for Associated Press and moved back to the Middle East to cover wars and politics. He switched to financial journalism in 1998, joining Bloomberg News and has served in many capacities there. He was covering Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns when they became the first to fall in the financial crisis of 2008-9. He now writes feature articles about banking issues worldwide, comparing the problems of European banks to their U.S. counterparts as well as identifying the effectiveness of new bank regulations.
- How Broken Banks and Debtor Nations Are Crippling the Global Economy
- By: Yalman Onaran
- Narrated by: Pete Larkin
- Length: 5 hrs and 41 mins
An in-depth look at the essential issues surrounding zombie institutions and their effect on the global economy....
Boomerang covers this topic much better
- By KierONeil on 05-24-12
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