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This is a very intriguing book and a good look into the history, as well as present, of corporate espionage.
As the author leads you to modern... and at times despicable... corporate espionage... it all leads back to the foresight of Pinkerton's.
Not surprisingly, folks from places like the CIA retire or leave and end up working in these private security firms.
Who would have thought a paranoid artist interviewed in "33 Artists in 3 Acts" would lead me to this gem? Answer: spies (they are everywhere)Published 2 months ago by Graham V. Smith
This is an interesting, informative, alarming book. It is worth the read, providing insight into an area that most of us know nothing about. Read morePublished 6 months ago by LWLGA
Thought it was great but lacking. It speaks more to the evolution than to what occurs today, with the historical background and explanation of techniques with a few case studies. Read morePublished 14 months ago by College Student
This didn't blow me away like I thought it would. Veers into the weeds with the history of corporate espionage and then too much detail about the ownership structure of today's... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Avid Reader
This is a very intriguing book and a good look into the history, as well as present, of corporate espionage.Published 21 months ago by Scott B.
A very informative book, with just the right balance of theory and interesting examples. A good introduction to the topic.Published 23 months ago by Amazon Customer
can be found in the pages of most espionage thrillers - and not as exciting.
cool look at some powerful business concerns, here and abroad, that might make it worth... Read more
This book is a history of the private detective business with a rather large portion devoted to what is going on in the present. Read morePublished on November 17, 2012 by David C. Brayton