Technology: The Artful Corporate Warrior

Stanley Bing is among our best corporate-war correspondents because he's in the trenches. By day, he toils for a media warlord, sparring with corporate enemies, many of whom seem to be co-workers. He takes names and then, turning to his guise as a columnist at FORTUNE, kicks butt in print. In Sun Tzu Was a Sissy, Bing unloads on the famed Chinese strategist whose treatise, The Art of War, launched a thousand battles in China centuries ago--and a million management books in the past decade purporting to adapt Tzu's sublime Eastern battle philosophy to winning in Western business conflicts. Tzu counseled...

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