In praise of Eric Schmidt

Kearns, Dave
December 1997
Network World;12/15/97, Vol. 14 Issue 50, p18
Trade Publication
Opinion. Focuses on the business strategy of Eric Schmidt of Microsoft Corporation who did some reorganizing making the company more prosperous. Comparison of Microsoft with the Austin Ice Bats hockey team; Identification of the items which were reorganized; Indication that Schmidt is considered the coach of the Professional Networking League.


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