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Arrogance and Accords is often fascinating, always compelling. It should be required reading in business-ethics courses. Maybe some of Honda's former executives could teach the classes as part of their work-release program. -- Ed Wallace - Car and Driver magazine, February 1998
Steve Lynch, a former Honda marketing exec and author of Arrogance and Accords: The Inside Story of the Honda Scandal, describes a scene in this book in such extraordinary detail that it stays with the reader throughout the 300-plus pages that chronicles the largest commercial corruption case in U.S.
Lynch tells the sordid tale with a perspective and authority that only he can provide - the Santa Paula dealership, for example. Lynch was there, and he confesses that "he was no choir boy." -- Michele Krebs - Autoweek magazine, February 16, 1998
I was working for Honda North America Internal Audit when this scandal came to light. This book gives an accurate account of the scandal. Read morePublished 21 months ago by u_of_c_booth
I loved the book though it made me angry. I and sure that the Honda Corporation isn't as corrupt as the individuals in this book were, and hopefully they (Honda) have established... Read morePublished on July 29, 2013 by Ken Zoskey
This apparently out-of-print book exposes a side of Honda USA that is shockingly different from the image Honda has cultivated world-wide. Read morePublished on December 9, 2010 by P. Gleszer
Michael Daly's review of this book (see below) is driven by his irrational hatred of Jeff Gordon. This book has way more to do with Japanese business methods than Rick Hendrick. Read morePublished on March 8, 2003 by Mark E. Laughman
Arrogance and Accords is engaging, well written and at times very funny. The mainstream media missed this compelling corruption tale even though it was the biggest story in the... Read morePublished on October 27, 2000
As a nascar race fan i really enjoyed this book. It shows how deep corruption is in everyday business and how people like Rick Hendrick can steal and bribe from his own friends... Read morePublished on January 16, 2000
Having worked in the Hendrick organization for one year, after reading this book,I must tell you that there is no finer group of "car people" in this country. Read morePublished on August 13, 1999
Having worked in the Hendrick organization for one year after reading this book,I must tell you that there is no finer group of "car people" in this country. Read morePublished on August 13, 1999