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The Grand Scam: How Barry Tannenbaum Conned South Africa's Business Elite

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"From 2005 to 2009, the heir to one of South Africa's blue-blood families methodically constructed the largest-ever con in South African history. Barry Tannenbaum, the grandson of the founder of one of the country's biggest pharmaceutical firms, Adcock Ingram, offered investors stratopheric returns of more than 200 per cent a year by investing in the components used to make AIDS drugs. It was nothing more than a lie, which suckered the country's business elite, including the former CEO of Pick n Pay, the one-time head of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and the ex-boss of OK Bazaars." -- Back cover.
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"From 2005 to 2009, the heir to one of South Africa's blue-blood families methodically constructed the largest-ever con in South African history. Barry Tannenbaum, the grandson of the founder of one of the country's biggest pharmaceutical firms, Adcock Ingram, offered investors stratopheric returns of more than 200 per cent a year by investing in the components used to make AIDS drugs. It was nothing more than a lie, which suckered the country's business elite, including the former CEO of Pick n Pay, the one-time head of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and the ex-boss of OK Bazaars." -- Back cover.

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Author Rob Rose
Publisher Zebra Press
Place South Africa
Year 2013
ISBN 9781770226210
Binding Paperback
Condition Good

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