John A. Byrne
The Whiz Kids: The Founding Fathers of American Business - and the Legacy they Left Us
September 08, 2019 Comments.. 950
The Whiz Kids: The Founding Fathers of American Business - and the Legacy they Left Us John A. Byrne Their goal was to forge a perfect America The result brought them death and dishonor After revolutionizing WWII warfare, 10 ingenious young men created a new economic world order Here is the untold story of their ambitions and tragic mistakes a legacy that still troubles American business today.. The Whiz Kids The Founding Fathers of American Business and the Legacy they Left Us Their goal was to forge a perfect America The result brought them death and dishonor After revolutionizing WWII warfare ingenious young men created a new economic world order Here is the untold st
  • Title: The Whiz Kids: The Founding Fathers of American Business - and the Legacy they Left Us
  • Author: John A. Byrne
  • ISBN: 9780385248044
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Whiz Kids: The Founding Fathers of American Business - and the Legacy they Left Us John A. Byrne

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    1 Blog on “The Whiz Kids: The Founding Fathers of American Business - and the Legacy they Left Us

    1. Frank says:

      Interesting look into ambition and the fallacy of short term vs long term resultsd hubris in general.

    2. Justin Greene says:

      Being a military history buff, business author, and general car nut this was an amazing read for me This is a pretty long book, over 500 pages and reads a little slow However, it is a fascinating look into the rise, and fall, of a lot of prominent people and institutions during and after WW2 The level of detail that goes into the history of the whiz kids from their start supporting strategic bombing in ww2, to turning over ford to them all eventually going their separate ways, is just staggering [...]

    3. Tim Oliver says:

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    4. John Carney says:

      Great story honest and critical of the men who changed the way Americans view business.

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