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- ISBN: 159184133X
- ISBN: 9781591841333
- Physical Description: xii, 319 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Publisher: New York : Portfolio, 2006.
By accepting the CEO job at Hewlett-Packard, an iconic company that had lost its way, Carly Fiorina confirmed her status as the most powerful businesswoman in America. Her career path would have been remarkable for anyone, but in an industry dominated by men, it was unprecedented. Fiorina was a liberal arts major and law school dropout who hadn't even considered a business career until her mid-twenties. But soon she was blazing through big jobs at AT&T and then Lucent Technologies, with a growing reputation as a creative, hardworking, visionary leader. For six years, as she led HP through drastic changes and a controversial merger, she was the subject of analysis, debate, and speculation. She appeared on the cover of every business magazine and her every word was scrutinized. Finally, fired by a dysfunctional board of directors, she became a face on the nightly news.--From publisher description.
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