Tom Wright

Wall Street Journal

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Wall Street Journal reporter, co-author of “Billion Dollar Whale: The Man who Fooled Wall Street, Hollywood, and the World”.

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A new book details how billionaire Jho Low stole $4.5 billion from a Malaysian investment fund that involved President Trump’s former chief economic advisor.

In ‘Billion Dollar Whale,’ how a real-life Malaysian con-artist stole billions

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