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Articles from July/August

In the Long Run
In the great downsizing debate, Chrysler Chairman and Chief Executive Robert J. Eaton has become something of a spokesperson for the business case behind layoffs. The excerpts below are from a recent speech Eaton gave on "The New Ownership of Corporate...
Nice People
In the last two decades, Hal Rosenbluth, CEO of Rosenbluth International; has seen his company grow from a $20 million regional firm into the thirdlargest travel-management company in the world, with $2.5 billion in sales. Rosenbluth attributes that...
The People/performance Paradox
Many companies are learning to see employees not as costs, but as assets that increase in value over time. In 1994, Jim Maxim was in his third year as chief executive of Laura Ashley and presiding over the turnaround of the U.K-based retailer, which...
Up to Speed
Over several decades, L.L. Bean. the Freeport, ME, catalog company, showed strong, double-digit growth. But in 1995, "we saw a pretty dramatic slowness in the business and had flat sales for the first time," says Bob Peixotto. the company's vice president...