Charles Stanley turned PYE Radio into a multinational company with thirty thousand employees that contributed to Britain's victory in World War II. PYE Radio went on to become a world leader in mobile communications, helping shape the modern media age. However, by 1966 Stanley had lost both his company and his reputation. This researched text is written within the broad context of the political, technological and business changes of the time, and shows how a very ambitious businessman was brought down by the qualities that made him so successful.... 246 Dynatron 284 E. Walter George 29 Eagle, Tom 28, 38a9 Eagle Press 27a8 East Regional Government 175 Easter ... 89, 92, 104, 150, 152 Philips 89, 94 television 146 Ekco 46, 64, 80, 279a82 co-operation with Pye 98, 125 merger withanbsp;...
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