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Superfluous detail makes for a selectively interesting read,
This review is from: Who Runs Britain?: and Who's to Blame for the Economic Mess We're in (Paperback)
A collection of business case studies, from Philip Green and Stuart Rose to Goldman Sachs and Allan Leighton, with trips into the dark alleys of government donations and the arguably inequitable corporate tax system.
Contains details and interesting personal interview extracts you won't find anywhere else. But reads like an exam script where the question (who runs Britain?), while answered well, is accompanied with unnecessary layers of information which will be welcomed by those with more time on their hands.