Inside the Smartest Little Company in America

Bick, Julie
January 2002
Inc.;Jan2002, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p54
Provides information on the success of Cranium Inc., a board game maker, owned by White Alexander and Richard Tait. Entrepreneurship of Tait and Alexander with Microsoft Corp.; How the company finds its own market; Product development techniques of the company.


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