|Author:||Fredric Alan Maxwell|
|Subcategory:||Professionals & Academics|
|Publisher:||William Morrow; 1st edition (September 17, 2002)|
|Other formats:||azw mbr lit rtf|
Microsoft's CEO Steven Ballmer is the subject of "Bad Boy Ballmer".
He can be reached at BadBoyBallmero. Microsoft's CEO Steven Ballmer is the subject of "Bad Boy Ballmer". It traces Ballmer and Gates friendship back to their days at Harvard University. It uses primarily secondary sources to give a nice rehashing of the Microsoft story. We learn of Ballmer's Jewish heritage, Detroit roots and even have a mention of Robin Williams.
BOOKS: Bad Boy Ballmer: The Man Who Rules Microsoft (Morrow, 2002; HarperBusiness paper 11/03) Unauthorized .
BOOKS: Bad Boy Ballmer: The Man Who Rules Microsoft (Morrow, 2002; HarperBusiness paper 11/03) Unauthorized biography of Microsoft’s CEO, Steve Ballmer. One of Booklist's Top Ten Business Books for 2002-2003. Pieces about or quoting Fredric Alan Maxwell have appeared in numerous venues including The Guardian (London), National Public Radio, Washington Post, Forbes, New York Daily News, Associated Press, Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, New York Times, and The New Yorker.
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Maxwell, Fredric Alan, 1954-. Ballmer, Steven Anthony, Businessmen - United States - Biography, Microsoft Corporation - History, Computer software industry - United States - History, Microsoft Corporation, Businessmen, Computer software industry. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Gutierres on September 26, 2011. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).
Bad Boy Ballmer: The Man Who Rules Microsoft (2002), Fredric Alan Maxwell, ISBN 0-06-621014-3 (unauthorized biography). The 1999 docudrama Pirates of Silicon Valley features Ballmer as a major character; he is played by actor John DiMaggio. Ballmer is the second person after Roberto Goizueta to become a billionaire in . dollars based on stock options received as an employee of a corporation in which he was neither a founder nor a relative of a founder.
Microsoft's CEO Steven Ballmer is the subject of "Bad Boy Ballmer". It uses primarily secondary sources to give a nice rehashing of the Microsoft story
Microsoft's CEO Steven Ballmer is the subject of "Bad Boy Ballmer". We learn of Ballmer's enthusiasm, tearing his vocal cords, ascension to the CEO position, and his arrogance. While technically a biography, it is more a history of Microsoft with Steve Ballmer as the focal point
He can be reached at BadBoyBallmero.
Читайте книги и аудиокниги без ограничений в веб-браузере или на устройствах iPad, iPhone и Android. This complete summary of the ideas from Frederic Maxwell's book "Bad Boy Ballmer" shows how many people don’t realize that Steve Ballmer works so closely alongside Bill Gates at Microsoft that they almost act as a single unit. In his book, the author explains how the two met at Harvard University in 1973 and Ballmer was later offered a job by Gates at his new company.
The Man Who Rules Microsoft . By Frederic Alan Maxwell. Alfred P. Sloan and. The Triumph of General Motors. Frederic Alan Maxwell's Bad Boy Ballmer purports to tell the dirty secrets of Microsoft's not-so-tiny dancer. Unfortunately, the book fails utterly in its attempt to capture or comprehend its ostensible subject. Indeed, the book fails in so many ways it's hard to know where to begin. Like many other biographers, Maxwell was hobbled from the start by an uncooperative subject. Ballmer refused to grant him an interview.
Bad Boy Ballmer: The Man Who Rules Microsoft, by Fredric Alan Maxwell. I recently caught up with an old friend I hadn’t seen in years. The afternoon winding down, I idly asked him whatever happened to his brother, a vicious little punk who ignited neighborhood cats for fun. I figured he had to be about 30 now, and was somewhere laying out rodenticide on a subway track. Oh, no, no. He’s retired.