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by Robert Sobel

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Library Journal - Library Journal
RCA , business historian Sobel's 26th book, shows strengths and weaknesses attendant upon such prolificacy. The strengths include a clear writing style and a cogent analysis of the corporation's woes over the past 20 years, particularly RCA's ill-fated move into computers and videodisc manufacture. But the book disappoints because its research seems shallow and its scope is too narrowly confined to the executive suite. Sobel was denied access to the corporate archives, and so draws heavily on a few secondary sources and articles from the business press. Recommended for public libraries and universities with business schoolsat least until a better account appears. James W. Oberly, History Dept., Univ. of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

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