50 Best (and Worst) Business Deals of All Time Michael Craig

ISBN: 9781564144775

Published: December 31st 2000

Hardcover

203 pages


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50 Best (and Worst) Business Deals of All Time  by  Michael Craig

50 Best (and Worst) Business Deals of All Time by Michael Craig
December 31st 2000 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 203 pages | ISBN: 9781564144775 | 4.64 Mb

The 50 Best (and Worst) Business Deals of All Time analyzes how and why these deals became bargains or busts (or both). From the purchase of Manhattan in 1624, to the merger of AOL and Time Warner in 2000, author Michael Craig presents examplesMoreThe 50 Best (and Worst) Business Deals of All Time analyzes how and why these deals became bargains or busts (or both).

From the purchase of Manhattan in 1624, to the merger of AOL and Time Warner in 2000, author Michael Craig presents examples illustrating how the outcome of mega-deals can depend on clear thinking and the adherence to simple guidelines. Heres just a sample of what youll learn:- The U.S.

government tried to buy the city of New Orleans from France and ended up with the entire 800,000-square-mile Louisiana Territory.- Ray Kroc entered into a ruinous franchise agreement to give birth to McDonalds and how a brilliant real-estate deal saved the business.- Warren Buffett bet $1 billion on the strength of Cokes brand name and made $10 billion.- Michael Robertson paid $1,000 for the Internet domain name MP3.com and turned it into a nine-figure fortune.



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