Business books: Torturing your rivals - The Economist

Business books: Torturing your rivals

Business books: Torturing your rivals - The Economist
Business books: Torturing your rivals
Published Aug 28, 2004
407 words — Published Aug 28, 2004
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A new American business book causes a stir, even before its publication HOW hard do American businessmen compete? The answer from Europe, which tends to view American business practices with horror and disdain, might be too hard. But...

  
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