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  • ISBN: 0913113395
  • Author: Seema Boesky
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  • Pages: 240
  • Publisher: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. (November 29, 2005)
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ISBN13:9780913113394. Release Date:November 2005.

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profiles, a book deal, and lecture invitations from the best business schools

At the apex of his renown, before his spectacular fall, Ivan Boesky parlayed a 10-year run of bafflingly prescient stock picks (using his wife Seema's money) into finance superstardom, with laudatory magazine profiles, a book deal, and lecture invitations from the best business schools. He really did say greed is good. Seema, 77, still lives on the Bedford estate and writes a column, "Seema Says," for a local magazine, the Westchester Wag, in which she ruminates on Botox, the need for large closets, and the blessings of being rich.

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Michigan State University.

Even Seema Boesky, whose ex-husband’s name became synonymous with insider trading and the excesses of the .

Even Seema Boesky, whose ex-husband’s name became synonymous with insider trading and the excesses of the 1980s, feels conflicted. My immediate reaction was utter sympathy for this woman, Mrs. Boesky said in a telephone interview, adding that she does not know Mrs. Madoff. I wanted to write her a letter, reach out to her, take her out to lunch

Seema Boesky is often seen at sales of Impressionist paintings at. .Ivan Boesky held the controlling interest in the hotel for almost five years before.

Ivan Boesky held the controlling interest in the hotel for almost five years before he made his move.

Boesky's journey from college failure to Wall Street workaholic is one of a man who was . He was quoted saying (from the Chicago Tribune): "Greed is all right, by the way. I want you to know that.

Boesky's journey from college failure to Wall Street workaholic is one of a man who was addicted to money and the life lifestyle it provided. Boesky landed a job as a securities analyst at the merchant and investment banking firm . He then moved to the First Manhattan company where he worked from 1968 to 1970.

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SEEMA SAYS: Selected Columns from the Westchester WAG is a compilation of the wit and wisdom of philanthropist Seema Boesky's whose popular column in the magazine, The Westchester WAG, enters its 7th year. Seema Boesky, the ex wife of former arbitrageur, Ivan Boesky, is a "Scherazade for our times", says publisher Mary Ann Liebert. "Her humorous and appealing writing style gives the reader an inside look at her very privileged lifestyle, which is coupled with unusual provocative, and compelling advice."
Comments (5)

Akirg
Ms. Boesky's observations are hilarious and very human. Forget social or economic differences--this book is a seasonal-cycle record of The Way We Live Now. From "Tales of Internet Dating", to "Another Birthday, Yuck or Yay", to "Single Valentines, Take Heart", these stylish, pithy columns of Seema's life warmly and wittily connect with the reader's own experiences. Speaking of Valentines, this book would make a fine Valentine's gift to your special sweetie.

I galloped through the SEEMA SAYS in two days, and am now re-reading it more slowly to savor each column. I even took out a subscription to the "Westchester Wag" so I could read Ms. Boesky's column on a monthly basis.
Livina
Finished this book on a flight from New York to California and back, and laughed much of the way. An easy read combining humor with good old fashioned values and wisdom. Interesting insights into the the realities of life for the rich and famous too.
Jeyn
I received this book as a gift and read it in two days!! I kept laughing throughout the book. My husband kept saying what are you laughing at!! I have read all of Ms. Boesky's articles in the Wag magazines and this book did not disappoint! A nice entertaining and laugh out loud book! It makes a great gift!
Shan
Witty, wise, and warm. A delightful collection. Ms. Boesky has a down-to-earth quality. The column "Scandal and Recovery" is very inspirational as she describes how she coped, with spunk, with the insider trading scandal involving her then-husband, Ivan. The columns are miniature gems.
Wymefw
This is a wonderful book full of great advice, entertaining anecdotes and soulful insights. I received the book as a gift and have not been able to put it down. The reviews on the back cover from Martha Stewart, Kitty Kelly and Ivan Boesky say it all!

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