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The Executive's Almanac

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The Executive’s Almanac is an entertaining collection of facts and figures covering all aspects of business—from the assembly line to the bottom line; from the stock market to the supermarket.

A sample of what’s in store:

• The ratio of the salaries of the average worker to the average CEO is 301 to 1.
• As of 2004, 8.3 million people in the world have $1 million to inve
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published April 1st 2006 by Quirk Books
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Informative. Great source of trivia about different companies around the world and the economy. It also gave me a glimpse of the history of some of the famous companies and some background of rich families around the world. I also like how the facts were laid out in a way that they were somewhat following a flow. Great page layout and design. I devoured this book in one siting.
Lori Grant
A should-read book on business life.
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