THE MAN WHO BROKE CAPITALISM
In 1981, Jack Welch took over General Electric and quickly became the first celebrity CEO. But his achievements were the product of his relentless effort to push GE's stock price even higher, often at the expense of workers, consumers, and innovation. Gelles argues that Welch single-handedly ushered in a new, cutthroat era of American capitalism that persists today.
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