Mob Rules is an INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER, translated into 15 languages.
"Ferrante draws on an extensive knowledge of world events, Mob lore, and personal experience to deliver an engrossing effort that reads like a rousing memoir, meditation on world history, and Mafia exposé all in one." --Kirkus Reviews
Former mobster turned writer Louis Ferrante reveals the surprisingly effective management techniques of organized crime and explains how to apply them in any legitimate business. Ferrante ran his own crew within the Gambino Crime Family, and masterminded some of the biggest heists in U.S. history. His talent for management was the key to his success on the streets. Now he offers time-tested Mafia wisdom based on true stories. As a testament to the book's expert business adivce, Mob Rules was nominated for the 800-CEO-READ Business Book Awards.
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Louis Ferrante is a former Mafia associate and heist expert who served eight and a half years in prison after refusing to incriminate members of the Gambino Crime Family. He educated himself in prison where he read thousands of books. He's now an international bestselling author, global business speaker, and hosts a series for the Discovery Channel called Inside the Gangsters' Code. This highly rated series earned Ferrante a nomination in the Presenter of the Year category at the United Kingdom's Grierson Awards, one of the most prestigious documentary awards in the world.
Ferrante's first book was a memoir, Unlocked: The Life and Crimes of a Mafia Insider. His second book is Mob Rules: What the Mafia Can Teach the Legitimate Businessman, an international bestseller translated into 15 languages. His third book is based on a theory of the dreaming brain which he began working on while still inside a prison cell. The book is titled, The Three Pound Crystal Ball: How the Dreaming Brain Can See the Future.
“Ferrante shares cogent advice for employees, middle managers, and bosses. A colorful and surprisingly practical business primer.”
“One of the wisest and wittiest collections of reflections on life and business ever penned by a wiseguy.”
—Fort Worth Star-Telegram
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