Branson

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Fourth Estate, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 384 pages
Tom Bower has a distinguished reputation as an investigative historian, broadcaster and journalist. This biography focuses on how Richard Branson created himself and sold himself. Helped by eyewitness accounts of people with direct experience of Branson, Bower has a uncovered a different tale to the one promoted by Virgin's publicists. Here is the full story of Branson: his businesses, his friendships, his ambition, his law-breaking, his drug-taking, his bullying.

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An interesting insight into the 'bad' side of Branson which you do not get from his own autobiographies. However, it was not easy to read as the author (a journalist) wrote in journalistic episodes ... Read full review

Contents

Honeymoons and divorces
28
Frustrations
46
Dream thief
56
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Tom Bower has a distinguished reputation as an investigative historian, broadcaster and journalist and is the author of several ground-breaking books about tycoons. His most recent works are 'Conrad and Lady Black', 'The Squeeze' and his biographies of Simon Cowell and Bernie Ecclestone. Among his other much-debated biographies are those of Mohammed Fayed, Richard Branson and Robert Maxwell.

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