Top Ten Corporate Crime Books of the Year

Corporate Crime Reporter released today it’s Top Ten Corporate Crime Books of 2014.

“Together, these books give a clear snapshot of corporate crime in America today,” said Russell Mokhiber, editor of Corporate Crime Reporter, a legal newsletter based in Washington, D.C.


“If you want to know the truth about corporate power and corporate crime in the USA in the year 2014 — from the corruption of our democracy to the compromising our prosecutors — these books are for you,” Mokhiber said.

The Top Ten Corporate Crime Books of 2014 are (alphabetically by author) – In Bed with Wall Street: The Conspiracy Crippling Our Global Economy by Larry Doyle (Palgrave MacMillan), Too Big to Jail: How Prosecutors Compromise with Corporations by Brandon Garrett (Harvard University Press), Stealing America’s Future: How For-Profit Colleges Scam Taxpayers and Ruin Students’ Lives by David Halperin (Kindle Book), The Price of Justice: A True Story of Greed and Corruption by Laurence Leamer (Times Books), Firestone and the Warlord by T. Christian Miller (Kindle Book).

The Watchdog That Didn’t Bark: The Financial Crisis and the Disappearance of Investigative Journalism by Dean Starkman (Columbia Journalism Review Books), Why Not Jail?: Industrial Catastrophes, Corporate Malfeasance, and Government Inaction by Rena Steinzor (Cambridge University Press), The Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap by Matt Taibbi (Spiegel & Grau), Corruption in America: From Benjamin Franklin’s Snuff Box to Citizens United by Zephyr Teachout (Harvard University Press), and Unaccountable: How Elite Power Brokers Corrupt our Finances, Freedom, and Security by Janine Wedel (Pegasus Books).

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