BEING PRINCIPAL FOR A DAY At a Los Angeles high school, Arco's president met with gangs and teacher complaints. And he thought running an oil company was tough

Perry, Nancy J.
May 1990
Fortune;Spring1990, Vol. 121 Issue 12, p65
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