PRIVATE VIEW: Sham parade

December 2010
Corporate Adviser;Dec2010, p10
The author discusses aspect of wit and energetic style of the television (TV) program "The Apprentice." The author states that the TV show has changed from being an entertaining show to being on the cultural and business landscape. Furthermore, the habitual episode on marketing, launching, and advertising the product by apprentices is discussed.


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