Martha Inc: The Incredible Story of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia

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Martha Inc: The Incredible Story of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Martha Inc. ix
  • Prologue 1
  • 1 - Nancy Drew and the Case of the Hidden Childhood 13
  • 2 - A Model Life 27
  • 3 - To Wall Street 43
  • 4 - The Page Turns 55
  • 5 - A Nascent Empire: the Martha Moment is Born 67
  • 6 - Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 79
  • 7 - Making the Best-Seller List 89
  • 8 - Kmart Calls 107
  • 9 - How to Negotiate a Contract 129
  • 10 - Strategy: Get Others to Pay 147
  • 11 - Controlling the Stress Lines 161
  • 12 - No Good Deed Goes Unpunished 177
  • 13 - Time Takes Martha 189
  • 14 - Martha Takes Tv 199
  • 15 - In the Company of Women 217
  • 16 - Scheming Times 235
  • 17 - A Taxing Situation 247
  • 18 - Time Takes a Licking 257
  • 19 - Labor Relations 271
  • 20 - When Being in the Public Eye is Not a Good Thing 283
  • 21 - From Wall Street to Main Street 303
  • 22 - To the Ends of the Earth 321
  • Epilogue 331
  • Acknowledgments 347
  • Source Notes 349
  • Index 393
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