CAN FRED JOSEPH SAVE DREXEL? If the embattled investment bank is to stay on top, he doesn't have much time. The junk bond market has jitters, the company's share is slipping, clients are restless, and employees are unhappy

Williams, Monci Jo; Farnham, Alan; Viebranz, Joan; Prewitt, Edward
May 1989
Fortune;5/8/1989, Vol. 119 Issue 10, p89
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