Business: Mobile Society Puts Down Roots

Young executivesÈó‚鼂ǥand their familiesÈó‚鼂ǥresist the nomadic life

After eleven years as a missile engineer on the Minuteman test program at Cape Kennedy, Carl Eichhorn was ordered by his employer TRW to go to California to work on a new project. "It was go or else," he recalls. He refused.

After working his way up to a senior vice presidency at an Interpublic advertising branch in Atlanta, Charles Sherry was told that the office was being closed down. But he was not to worry; a job was waiting for him in Manhattan. No thanks, said...

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