Going His Way

Hofman, Mike
June 2002
Inc.;Jun2002, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p128
Profiles Juan Trippe, founder of Pan American Airlines. Concept behind the strategy realized by Trippe for the airline industry; Outcome of the strategy.


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