Return to Book Page. Page 97 says IBM never wanted to have too many people in one spot. It eventually made Gates the richest man in America. This review was written in Julya few years after reading the book. Page 37 explains why standards for PCs began at birth.
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Return to Book Page. Page 97 says IBM never wanted to have too many people in one spot. It eventually made Gates the richest man in America. This review was written in Julya few years after reading the book. Page 37 explains why standards for PCs began at birth. In the process, workers were exploited to some extent and security disappeared from their lives.
If you manage a company tech or not that has a commanding market share bi in its space, you should read this book. Want to Read saving…. Alistair rated it really liked it Nov 04, Lou was ruthless and greedy, but his formula for centralization saved the company for the time being.
Books by Paul Carroll. A true classic American corporation which at the time of this books publication did not make the transition to a soon to be 21st unmaaking world. Lists with This Book. Bill Gates and the Making of the Microsoft Empire.
This is practically a manual for what not to do when you are a big company in control of a market. Jul 13, Beth rated it it was amazing. Drawing on a wealth of inside sources, Wall Street Journal correspondent Carroll offers an unsparing account of a commercial He now runs the Journal bureau in Mexico City.
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