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While traders may still roam the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, there's unseen action taking place every millisecond via fiber optic cables connecting computers run by trading firms and computers run by the Exchange. Andrew Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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On A 'Rigged' Wall Street, Milliseconds Make All The Difference

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For his book exploring the global financial crisis, Michael Lewis visited countries to see where the money went. Tabitha Soren hide caption

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In 'Boomerang,' Cheap Credit Exposes Nations' Flaws

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After adopting the euro, Greece borrowed huge sums of money. The country is now on the brink of a major default. "They're going to default ... it's now a question of how messy it will be," says writer Michael Lewis. His new book Boomerang looks at Greece and four other places affected by the financial crisis.

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How The Financial Crisis Created A 'New Third World'

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Oakland Athletics' first basemen Scott Hatteberg is one of the people profiled in Michael Lewis' 2003 book Moneyball. Dave Kennedy/AP Photo hide caption

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'Moneyball': Tracking Down How Stats Win Games

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How A Few Made Millions Betting Against The Market

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Pssst: Author Wants Dads To Know The Real Poop

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'Liar's Poker' Author Sees Upside To Market Crash

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Author Michael Lewis Tackles Football's 'Blind Side'

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