Minding Martha's Business

September 1997
Fortune;9/29/1997, Vol. 136 Issue 6, p173
Profiles Martha Ingram and the changes she and her sons have made to the multibillion dollar corporation Ingram Industries which was founded by her late husband. Ingram's involvement in the corporation; Which constituencies Ingram Micro, the biggest computer wholesaler in the world, serves; Her sons' involvement in various parts of the corporation.


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