Bill Gates' 12 Rules: Is There A Chapter Missing, Bill Gates?

Whether you're a fan of his work or consider him a little too gauche, you can't deny that Bill Gates likes to use broad brush strokes. Business @ the Speed of Thought is full of them: How he turned Microsoft around like a supertanker on a dime and pointed it toward the Internet in late 1995. How a plague of paper records at his Redmond, Wash., headquarters was all but eradicated under his guidance. And so on. But the boldest, broadest stroke of all is this: at a time when the Justice Department appears likely to pop the software Goliath one...

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