THE BUYING BINGE IN BUSINESS BOOKS . Now it can be told! Readers have discovered that the corporate world is about Money! Power! Sex! Some authors are getting rich quick. Read all about it!

Knowlton, Christopher; Dennis, Darienne L.
February 1989
Fortune;2/13/1989, Vol. 119 Issue 4, p101
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