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United States Corporation Histories A Bibliography 1965-1990 A Second Edition

Wahib Nasrallah

© 1991 Garland Publishing, Inc.

Reproduced 2001 with permission of the publisher

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Adams, James Ring. The Big Fix: Inside the S&L Scandal. How an Unholy Alliance of Politics and Money Destroyed America's Banking System. New York, N.Y.: Wiley, 1990. 308 p. Bender, Marylin. At The Top; Behind the Scenes with the Men and Women Who Run Ametica's Corporate Giants. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1975. Brooks, John. Business Adventures. New York, N. Y.: Weybright and Talley, 1969. 400 p. Buchholz, Barbara B. , and Margaret Crane. Corporate Bloodlines.- Thee Future of the Family Firm. New York N.Y.: Carol Publishing Group, 1989. 290 p. Cleary, David Powers. Great American Brands: The Success Formulas That Made Them Famous. New York, N.Y.: Fairchild Publications, 1981. 307 p. Cose, Ellis. The Press. New York, N.Y.: Morrow, 1989. 380 p. Darby, Edwin. The Fortune Builders. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1986. 276 p. Ehrlich, Judith Ramsey. The New Crowd.- The Changing of the Jewish Guard on Wall Street. Boston: Little, Brown, 1989. 444 p. Fucini, Joseph J., and Suzi Fucini. Experience, Inc.; Men and Women Who Founded Famous Companies After the Age of 40. New York, N.Y.: Free Press, 1987. 244 p. Gilder, George. The Spirit of Enterprise. New York, N.Y.: Simon & Schuster, 1984. 274 p. Goldwasser, Thomas. Family Pride; Profiles of Five of America's Best-Run Family Businesses. New York, N.Y.: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1986. Kingstone, Brett. The Dynamos.- Who Are They Anyway? New York: Wiley, 1987. 256 p. Levinson, Harry, and Stuart Rosenthal. CEO; Corporate Leadership in Action. New York: Basic Books, 1984. 308 p. Levitt, Mortimer. How to Start Your Own Business Without Losing Your Shirt; Secrets of Seventeen Successful Entrepreneurs. New York, N.Y.: Atheneum, 1988. 213 p. MacPhee, William. Rare Breed.- The Entrepreneur, An American Culture. Chicago, Ill.: Probus Publishing Company, 1987. 224 p. Meyer, Michael. The Alexander Complex; The Dreams That Drive the Great Businessmen. New York, N.Y.: Times Books, 1989. 258 p. Millman, Nancy. Emperors of Adland; Inside the Advertising Revolution. New York, N.Y.: Warner Books, 1988. 225 p. Nayak, P. Ranganath. Breakthroughs! New York: Rawson Associates, 1986. 371 p. Pine, Carol, and Susan Mundale. Self-Made: Thee Stories of 12 Minnesota Entrepreneurs. Minneapolis, Minn.: Dorn Books, 1982. 223 p. Shook, Robert L. The Entrepreneurs: Twelve Who Took Risks and Succeeded. New York: Harper & Row, 1980. 181 p. Sobel, Robert, and David B. Sicclia. The Entrepreneurs: An American Adventure. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1986. 278 p. Stevens, Mark. Power of Attorney: The Rise of America's Best-Run Family Business. New York, N.Y.: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1986. 187 p. Taylor, Russel R. Exceptional Entrepreneurial Women. New York: Quorum Books, 1988. 178 p. Tedlow, Richard S. New and improved: The Story of Mass Marketing in America. New York, N.Y.: Basic Books, 1990. 481 p.

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