Confessions of an S.O.B.
America's #1 maverick C.E.O.--and self-proclaimed S.O.B.--tells the story of his rise from AP reporter to becoming head of Gannett newspapers and creating USA Today, the nation's second largest daily. "Brazen . . . with nuggets of business wisdom . . . a primer for a corporate Machiavelli-in-the-making".--Newsweek.
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