Top Man: How Philip Green Built His High Street Empire
Philip Green reached billionaire status faster than anyone else in British history, thanks to a combination of aggressive business tactics and shrewd business deals. This book sheds light on a man whose influence is felt throughout the high streets of every British town and city.
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