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The new imperialists

Author: Mark Leibovich
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, ©2002.
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"They were not content to do something as mundane as build a successful business. Rather, they were hell-bent on global domination. Along the way, they were afforded the stature of world leaders, idolized like rock stars, and treated like folk heroes." "When the history of the Digital Age is written, the story will be boiled down to the empires created by five men: Bill Gates, Steve Case, Larry Ellison, John  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
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Leibovich, Mark.
New imperialists.
Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, c2002
(OCoLC)647592251
Named Person: Larry Ellison; Jeffrey Bezos; John Chambers; Bill Gates; Stephen McConnell Case
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Leibovich
ISBN: 0735203172 9780735203174
OCLC Number: 47990010
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xii, 244 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Larry Ellison: is it really true? --
Jeff Bezos: everyman, every man for himself --
John Chambers: Cisco's dream seller --
Bill Gates: the alpha nerd and his alter egos --
Steve Case: the upgrade.
Responsibility: Mark Leibovich.
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"They were not content to do something as mundane as build a successful business. Rather, they were hell-bent on global domination. Along the way, they were afforded the stature of world leaders, idolized like rock stars, and treated like folk heroes." "When the history of the Digital Age is written, the story will be boiled down to the empires created by five men: Bill Gates, Steve Case, Larry Ellison, John Chambers, and Jeff Bezos." "They are The New Imperialists." "Yet, who really are they? Beyond the scores of cover stories, newspaper headlines, television interviews and biographies, their personal motives and motivators have remained a mystery." "Until now." "Mark Leibovich spent 18 months interviewing the men themselves and over 400 people who have known them best: family, friends, neighbors, former teachers, classmates and lovers, colleagues, employees and adversaries. Combining the information he gleaned with his own unique take on these men, Leibovich has written a fascinating collection of biographies emphasizing their little known and deeply personal quirks, motivations, warts, demons, and vanities."--BOOK JACKET.

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