Despite his iconic status in the business world as a financial genius, Gerald Ronson quit school before his 15th birthday to work with his father in the family’s furniture factory. As a young boy he and his friends were street fighters, using their fists to take on the British fascist movement, and he consequently became a recognized leader in the country’s Jewish community. For all his success, however, Ronson will forever be associated with the famous Guinness Affair, the biggest financial scandal of the 1980s. He was found guilty after a media circus of a trial in which the cards were stacked against him. After six months in jail, he suffered a major financial crash that nearly bankrupted him and he has spent the last two decades rebuilding his empire and reputation. Now 70, Ronson spends a great deal of time raising money for charities. In this no-holds-barred autobiography, Ronson offers both his own view of his astounding career and candid insights into the business world, the...

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