my biggest mistake

Feldenkreis, George; Mochari, Ilan
July 2001
Inc.;Jul2001, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p82
Presents an article on the mistake committed by the chairman and chief executive officer of Perry Ellis International Inc. Importance of capital in the apparel business; Failure to decrease the company's inventory during the recession in 1970s; Lessons learned from the mistake.


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