MARINE MONEY BOOKS
Dynasties of the Sea: The Shipowners and Financiers Who Expanded the Era of Free Trade
Dynasties of the Sea is the first book to examine one of the most powerful forces in global trade and economic development: world shipping and the magnates who drive the industry.
Operating from Monaco to Hong Kong, London to Athens, Singapore to Oslo, New York to Paris, shipowners and their financiers have changed the world in every way.
Trade War: Containers Don't Lie, Navigating the Bluster
The multi-front trade war, which started with solar panels and washing machines, quickly expanded to additional battles: the 232 action on Aluminum and Steel imports, Intellectual Property, Autos, and Immigration. As a result, retaliatory tariffs were imposed and the flow of global trade the world once knew was changed.
Death of a Shipowner
Who had shot down Paul Johansen on a deserted street in Oslo? Why would anyone plan with such precision the murder of an unimportant Norwegian shipowner? The police had no answers and neither did Johansen's Finance Director, John Henriksen, who had been left in charge of the firm. While Henriksen wanted to help find the murderer, his main task was to extricate the company from the ruinous financial commitments the dead man had made.
Dynasties of the Sea: The Untold Stories of the Postwar Shipping Pioneers
Dynasties of the Sea: The Untold Stories of the Postwar Shipping Pioneers tells the stories of more than a dozen men and women who built the great maritime companies that for the past half-century have not only fed the world and kept the lights on in homes, factories, and businesses worldwide, but have helped raise a billion people out of poverty.
Norwegian tanker king Coco Jacobson has a big problem. A carbon dioxide problem. When IMO regulations and environmental concerns cause a German bank to sell his $750 million credit facility to a New York distressed fund, the shipping magnate is forced to make a tough decision
The Bourlotas Fortune
Bold, stunning, vastly entertaining, this sweeping saga of the rich, powerful Golden Greeks who have dominated world shipping for more than a century.
The Bourlotas Fortune is a towering saga about the world of Greek shipping magnates-a world where the characters are involved in every kind of game, both legal and illegal, financial, political, sexual... a world where wealth, greed and power lay the foundations for success.