Behind Procter & Gamble's wholesome image is a control-obsessed company so paranoid that Wall Street analysts, employees, and the chairman himself refer to it as "the Kremlin." P&G's wealth and power ensure that it gets what it wants, from tax breaks to the eager services of Washington lobbyists.
In this explosive expose, Wall Street Journal reporter Alecia Swasy tells the chilling story of life within P&G.
Wonderfully readable, impeccably researched, Soap Opera is a sobering look at the price of success in American business.
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Review: Soap OperaUser Review - Veronique Perrot - Goodreads
Good description of how P&G is run like a fascist country. There is a lot of scary information in this book, from corporate bullying, mistreatment of employees to harassment of environmentalists and ... Read full review
Review: Soap OperaUser Review - Goodreads
I had the misfortune to work at P&G "back in the day" for a little over 2 years before I made my escape. I find this book to be, if anything, milder in tone than working there actually was. I, a ...
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