Do Business with People You Can Tru$t: Balancing Profits & Principles
"This succinct guide aims to uncover the business morality of a company through the words of a CEO in the annual letter to shareholders. Trust is written for CEOs, corporate communicators, and investors who want straight talk from honest leaders. Readers will gain important business insights to help them judge the character of a company and its leadership."--Book jacket.
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