Greenspan ghost writer gives memoirs 'pace'

Dame Marjorie Scardino, chief executive of Penguin's parent company Pearson, said Monday 31 July that Alan Greenspan had agreed to allow a ghost writer to help to "make [his memoir] more pacey - because Alan is an academic".

According to The Times, Dame Marjorie said, however, that the former US Federal Reserve chairman is proving to be "a diligent author" who will definitely help his publisher make a return on the $8.5 million (£4.5 million) that it spent to secure the rights to produce his m

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