AMERICAN EXPRESS: SERVICE THAT SELLS CEO James Robinson and his company know a lot about customers -- 450 things about each cardholder in fact. Now they want to use this dope to sell more

Newport, Jr., John Paul; Slovak, Julianne
November 1989
Fortune;11/20/1989, Vol. 120 Issue 12, p80
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