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FT reviews Fortune's Fool

FOOL’S GOLD: In his review of Fred Goodman’s new music-biz epic Fortune’s Fool, which traces the exploits and misadventures of Edgar Bronfman Jr., the Financial TimesAndrew Edgecliffe-Johnson opines: “Fortune’s Fool comes alive with its portrayal of Lyor Cohen, the insatiably competitive former president of Def Jam Records, who Bronfman picked to run Warner’s record labels. ‘In the best way, Lyor’s an animal,’ Bronfman says admiringly, and Goodman nearly allows Cohen to steal the show.” (8/19a)

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