The Medill Club of NYC presents The Caesars Palace Coup
Vegas, Business Journalism, and Co-authorship with Max Frumes
Join business journalist and author Max Frumes (MSJ ’10) in conversation with Harvard Zhang (MSJ ’16) for a discussion on Vegas, bankruptcy, and Max’s recent book, “The Caesars Palace Coup.”
Thursday, June 17 at 7pm ET
Link to recording: https://northwestern.zoom.us/rec/share/bcccjrqCDP1-lENH2kKoEcOPBsqDppojyTjtWOqmYBe6fVo7T7LJ0a3oejBBTSm5.fHcz3VWQznpGQb8k
Max Frumes is a veteran financial journalist who currently leads a news team at Fitch Solutions covering corporate debt and restructuring. Before that he co-founded and was the head editor of Reorg Research, a leading publication covering corporate bankruptcy. He first reported on the business of Wall Street for The Deal and Standard & Poor’s LCD. Frumes received his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Berkeley, before attending Medill. “The Caesars Palace Coup”, which he co-authored with Sujeet Indap, is his first book.