Watch “The Caesars Palace Coup” Book Talk with Max Frumes and Harvard Zhang

Cover of "The Caesars Palace Coup" by Max Frumes and Sujeet Indap.

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.