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'''Kaufman and Greenberg''' was a publishing company started by [[Richard Kaufman]] and  [[Alan C. Greenberg]], CEO of Bear Stearns.
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Kaufman  self-published his first two modest books, then sought a partner for the financing required to publish larger books. Greenberg,, also a highly-respected amateur magician, brought the financing that Kaufman required and the company Kaufman and Greenberg was born. For the next 20 years it published many of the most highly-respected books in the field, capturing the sleight-of-hand methods and magic from many of the world's top magicians in printed form. In the mid-1990s, the business became [[Kaufman and Company]] and continued its successful publishing ventures.<ref>http://www.geniimagazine.com/</ref>
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See also [[:Category:Books published by Kaufman and Greenberg]]
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Revision as of 07:40, 28 October 2011

Kaufman and Greenberg was a publishing company started by Richard Kaufman and Alan C. Greenberg, CEO of Bear Stearns.


Kaufman self-published his first two modest books, then sought a partner for the financing required to publish larger books. Greenberg,, also a highly-respected amateur magician, brought the financing that Kaufman required and the company Kaufman and Greenberg was born. For the next 20 years it published many of the most highly-respected books in the field, capturing the sleight-of-hand methods and magic from many of the world's top magicians in printed form. In the mid-1990s, the business became Kaufman and Company and continued its successful publishing ventures.[1]


See also Category:Books published by Kaufman and Greenberg

References

  1. http://www.geniimagazine.com/