Down, but not out

Wolpin, Bill
November 1997
World Wastes;Nov97, Vol. 40 Issue 11, p4
Trade Publication
Editorial. Considers the issue of whether Waste Management Inc. (WMI) will be able to recover from the difficulties it has been experiencing in the late 1990s. Author's memories of the 1988 Waste Expo party hosted by the company; Parallels between WMI and International Business Machines; WMI's relationships with employees and manufacturers.


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