Corporate power in the United States / edited by Joseph Sora
- New York : H.W. Wilson, 1998.
- Physical Description:
- viii, 172 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Sora, Joseph W.
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- Reference shelf ; v. 70, no. 3
- The making of the modern corporation / Morton Keller -- Measuring corporate power: assessing the options / Randy R. Grant -- Corporate accountability / Ralph D. Ward -- Mergers 'r us: has antitrust gone the way of the 5 & 10? / Eleanor M. Fox -- The good side of going global / Jay Mandle -- In a world, Hilfiger: fragrances, film, books on fashion titan's runway / Craig Wilson -- Let them eat lifestyle / Tom Frank -- Media mongrels / Max Frankel -- Doctors organize to fight corporate intrusion / Peter T. Kilborn -- The embarrassment of riches / Brian Doherty -- Take me out to the boardroom / Roy s. Johnson -- The country club / Vicki Kemper and Deborah Lutterbeck -- Corporate gifts help gain access to U.S. governors / John H. Cushman, Jr. -- Corporations adopt a different attitude: show us the value / Claudia H. Deutsch -- Companies for the cure / Jan Jarboe Russell -- Miracle on 42nd St. / Bruce Handy -- On that chart -- The real dangers of conglomerate control -- Corporate influence makes sure you'll never get to see this show / Raymond A. Schroth -- The corporatization of publishing / André Schiffrin.
- Description based on surrogate.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 153-162) and index.
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