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by Jim Carlton
- ISBN: 0887309658
- ISBN13: 978-0887309656
- ePub: 1659 kb | FB2: 1149 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Biography & History
- Publisher: HarperPB; Reprint edition (October 21, 1998)
- Pages: 480
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 201
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Jim Carlton walks us down company corridors. I am an Apple loyalist but if I read this book two years ago things may have been different. reading this book frustrated me to know that with a few different decisions, maybe the DOJ would be after Apple today and not Microsoft.
Jim Carlton walks us down company corridors. However, my only complaint is that it is difficult to follow along. Reading this seems like reading an overlapping Gantt chart.
But by that time, Apple had become a troubled company. This book, written by a Wall Street Journal technology reporter, is the most detailed study to date of the past decade of Apple's turbulent history.
Jim Carlton's book is the only accurate and clear portrayal of one of the most complex and creative companies in history. Much has been written about Apple Computer, it's triumphs, turmoils and losses. This book is not only great reading, it is very educational. It helps understand how a corporate culture can hurt as well as build and how low smart people can sink in a very short period of time.
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A disappointing book about a lovable company. Carlton, a West Coast technology reporter for the Wall Street Journal, here provides an in-depth look at Apple's woes through the years. There are no easy answers to its failures, though it's tempting to blame former CEOs like Michael Spindler, the German- born leader so rattled by his job that he left, literally, on life support; Gil Amelio, a techie who didn't understand how to market a brand-name; and even Steve Jobs, a larger-than-life presence ousted by John Sculley, who was later ousted himself.
James Joseph Carlton AO (13 May 1935 – 24 December 2015) was an Australian businessman, politician, and humanitarian. Carlton was born in Sydney and earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Sydney
James Joseph Carlton AO (13 May 1935 – 24 December 2015) was an Australian businessman, politician, and humanitarian. Carlton was born in Sydney and earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Sydney. His political career beginning at the Sydney University Liberal Club, of which he later became president, he succeeded Sir John Carrick as General Secretary of the NSW Liberal Party during the McMahon – Snedden – Fraser periods.
Jim Carlton is a senior special writer for the Wall Street Journal in San Francisco. Jim Carlton is greatly notable for his book "Apple: The Intrigue, Egomania, and Business Blunders That Toppled an American Icon" that was written in 1997. As an environmental writer for the past several years covering issues related to the West Coast, he has written extensively about the region's chronic droughts including the one now ravaging California. Apple:: The Inside Story of Intrigue, Egomania, and Business Blunders 1997.
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