October 2006
Forbes Asia;10/30/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 18, p136
The article presents quotes about the business of life which were stated by notable people in current events. Businessman Malcolm S. Forbes is quoted saying that publicity unmakes as many names as it makes. Businessman Graham Greene presents his views on fame. Businessman Andy Warhol compares publicity with peanuts.


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