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Joe Wilson and the Creation of Xerox
"Charley Ellis has written a magnificent portrait, capturing the indomitable spirit of Joe Wilson and his instinctive understanding of the need for and commercial usefulness of a transforming imaging technology. Joe Wilson and his extraordinary team, which I had the good fortune to first meet in 1960, epitomized the wonderful observation of George Bernard Shaw who said, 'S ...more
Hardcover, 396 pages
Published September 1st 2006 by Wiley
(first published January 1st 2006)
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A simple and smooth portrayal of the life of an unblemished ethical and systematic corporate leader who took a small family owned businesses to one of our modern times ' preeminent technological giants . A subtle side story is the true struggle of a lonely inventor of one of the most ubiquitous modern technologies .
Charles “Charley” D. Ellis (born 1937) is a leading American investment consultant. In 1972, Ellis founded Greenwich Associates, an international strategy consulting firm focused on financial institutions. Ellis is known for his philosophy of passive investing through index funds, as published in his book “Winning the Loser’s Game.”More about Charles D. Ellis...