Everybody's Business: A Field Guide to the 400 Leading Companies in America
Milton Moskowitz, Robert Levering, Michael Katz
Doubleday, 1990 - Business & Economics - 732 pages
This witty and irreverent guide reveals the human face beyond the corporate logo, giving an no-holds-barred portrait of the people, products and peculiarities that distinguish each firm's unique personality.
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