A former Senior Editor of Fortune magazine and economics writer for The Wall Street Journal demonstrates the effectiveness of the qEconomic Value Addedq management strategy in increasing the wealth of corporations and their shareholders. 30, 000 first printing. $50, 000 ad/promo.The lightweight Briggs aamp; Stratton engine was ideally suited to power mowers, and the company soon came to dominate the booming lawn mower engine business. Briggs burgeoned with suburbia, ... Along the way, the company continued to produce auto parts and also turned out such unlikely offerings as candy stands, coin-operated towel dispensers, and rifle grenades. But inexpensive air-cooledanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 1998-10-21|