When Johnson is faced with an expensive project that seems headed for failure, he chooses to deflect shareholder backlash by trying to raise the money to buy the company himself. As sure as the sun will rise tomorrow, in that pack of feel-good TV movies and specials a hard-nosed businessperson will be reminded that making money isn't everything.
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It feels like almost every week there is an announcement that another company is bought by private equity firms. The title of the book and movie comes from a statement by Forstmann in which he calls that Kravis' money "phoney junk bond crap" and how he and his brother are "real people with real money," and that to stop raiders like Kravis: "We need to push the barbarians back from the city gates.
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I then reorganized the review and added opinion, some more trivia and the further updating of links on Dec. For all the bad behaviour, there's a kind of admiration built into Barbarians at the Gate.
What follows is corporate juggling, scrambling, and general skulduggery in a world where all the numbers have nine zeroes.
The movie is a simplified version of the book and that's fine. He is at his affable-but-tough best and delivers the best lines with great timing and verve.