New York Times Century of Business

New York Times Century of Business

by Floyd Norris, Christine Bockelmann
     
 

Breakthrough achievements, colorful characters, doomsday prophecies, rapid growth and expansion...who better to chronicle the most interesting events of the past ten decades than The New York Times?

In this fascinating retrospective, The New York Times opens its extensive archives and lets readers meet the most influential people and relive the

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Breakthrough achievements, colorful characters, doomsday prophecies, rapid growth and expansion...who better to chronicle the most interesting events of the past ten decades than The New York Times?

In this fascinating retrospective, The New York Times opens its extensive archives and lets readers meet the most influential people and relive the events that have shaped the world of business. Through headlines, front-page stories, editorials, book reviews, obituaries, and unforgettable photos, readers get an unparalleled view of the pivotal business events of the century. All of this is combined with new commentary that puts the stories into context as only The New York Times' editors and journalists can do.

From the creation of labor unions to the break-up of the Soviet Union, the Model T to the SST, isolationism to NAFTA, ENIAC to I-MAC, The New York Times Century of Business is a sweeping panoramic view of the twentieth century through the powerful lens of business. It shows that the story of our development in the 20th century is intertwined -- indelibly, undeniably -- with the story of business.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071355896
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
10/01/1999
Pages:
336
Product dimensions:
8.96(w) x 11.31(h) x 1.04(d)

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