CORPORATIONS: My Way v. Their Way

I planned each chartered course. Each careful step along the byway,

And more, much more than this: I did it my way!

So crooned Frank Sinatra in the late 1960s. Now, since his semiretirement from show biz, his business rivals are learning that he really meant what he sang. The latest object of Sinatra's approach: the Del E. Webb Corp., a $340 million-a-year Phoenix-based company that was founded by the late Del Webb, the renowned builder and former part-owner of the New York Yankees, who died in 1974. Late last month Sinatra...

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