The General Mills/Parker Brothers Merger: Playing by Different Rules

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Beard Books, 2003 - Business & Economics - 324 pages
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Journalist Wojahn takes a critical look at the 1968 merger of food giant General Mills and game industry leader Parker Brothers. Drawing upon over 100 hours of interviews with persons involved in the merger, she traces the events that led up to the divestment and restructuring of Parker Brothers in
 

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Contents

Bid
1
Choose a Partner
7
Shuffle and Cut
33
Roll the Dice
60
Team Play
92
Roll Again
116
Throw Doubles
143
House Rules
171
Fold
200
Winner Takes All
232
New Games
256
A Note on Research
262
Notes
266
Index
299
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