1. Michael Lewis says there is a sense of entitlement to outrageous compensation that he thinks is way out of proportion to its contribution to the US economy.
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2. Michael Lewis calls the Goldman Sachs-AIG deal one of the original sins of the looming financial crisis.
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5. In 2007, Michael Lewis wrote a piece mocking the worrywarts trying to sound the alarm at Davos.
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7. Michael Lewis includes his own personal experiences in several of his books, which provides the reader with great insight into subjects including Wall Street and fatherhood.
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8. Michael Lewis is a best-selling author and contributes to various periodicals, including Vanity Fair, Bloomberg, and The New York Times.
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12. Michael Lewis has worked for The New York Times Magazine as a feature writer for Bloomberg.
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13. Michael Lewis started his career when he wrote a book name "In The New Thing" in 1999, he researched the then-blasting Silicon Valley and talked about the fixation on development.
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19. Michael Lewis remains in custody, as the Queens District Attorney's Office said they plan to retry the case.
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23. Michael Lewis has been criticized for writing a 2007 article in Bloomberg criticizing economists at the World Economic Forum for expressing views on how the world wasn't pricing risk appropriately.
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25. In 2013, in Vanity Fair, Michael Lewis wrote on the injustice of the prosecution of ex-Goldman Sachs programmer Sergey Aleynikov, who is given an entire chapter in Flash Boys.
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