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- Forbes Magazine, Daniel Gross, Dan Gross
- 20 Inspiring Tales of Entrepreneurs Who Changed the Way We Live and Do Business
- John Wiley & Sons
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- Daniel Gross was educated at Cornell University and holds a master's degree in American history from Harvard University. A freelance journalist, he has written about business, politics, and American history for many publications, including the Washington Post, New York Magazine, the New York Observer, the Boston Globe, Audacity, and the New Republic. He lives in New York City. Forbes Magazine, Founded in 1917, Forbes has brought the nation's greatest business stories to readers for more than three quarters of a century. The magazine's unique brand of hard-hitting reporting, challenging the conventional wisdom, has made Forbes must-reading for successful executives. Published biweekly, every issue contains more than 50 concise, original stories, written from a top manager's perspective, about companies and the people who run them.
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- Partial table of contents: Robert Morris: America's First Financier. Cyrus McCormick's Reaper and the Industrialization of Farming. John D. Rockefeller and the Modern Corporation. Henry Ford and the Model T. Charles Merrill and the Democratization of Stock Ownership. Walt Disney and his Family-Entertainment Empire. Ray Kroc, McDonald's, and the Fast-Food Industry. Betting the Company: Joseph Wilson and the Xerox 914. American Express and the Charge Card. Mary Kay Ash and her Corporate Culture for Women. Sam Walton, Wal-Mart, and the Discounting of America. The Turnaround at Harley-Davidson. Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. and the Leveraged Buyout. William Gates and the Dominance of Microsoft. Notes on Sources. Index.
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