Big Blues: The Unmaking of IBM

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Crown Publ, 1993 - Business & Economics - 375 pages
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Wall Street Journal reporter Paul Carroll has covered IBM for a decade. In Big Blues Carroll gives the low-down on the company's turmoil and extensive restructuring--tapping into such broad themes as international competitiveness and corporate values--and identifies the key players in IBM's fall from grace.

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BIG BLUES: The Unmaking of IBM

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A savvy newsman's tellingly detailed report on the ruinous decline of IBM. Drawing on a wealth of inside sources, Wall Street Journal correspondent Carroll offers an unsparing account of a commercial ... Read full review

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A great snapshot of America in the transition from industry to post-industrial nation. A true classic American corporation which (at the time of this books publication) did not make the transition to a soon to be 21st century world. Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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Paul Carroll covered IBM for the Wall Street Journal for more than seven years. He now runs the Journal bureau in Mexico City.


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