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Very exciting read, but does not feel exaggerated or dramatized. Author is quite candid with facts, references, and context. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Reid Wegner
From a 'story' standpoint, I enjoyed this book.
It's an easy read that clearly depicts the fiasco that is/was the AOL-Time Warner merger. Read more
Always interesting to see how human and imperfect people are even when they are key executives at major companies. Worth the read.Published 19 months ago by bernie
This book covers the birth of Times to the shaping of Time Warner, then to the days of AOL Time Warner. Read morePublished on January 25, 2013 by Andi S. Boediman (a venture capitalist and serial entrepreneur)
This really is a fun read, a pot boiler, a look inside very powerful but flawed characters. For anyone involved with M&A this story will make your skin crawl; especially the DD.Published on November 30, 2012 by John O'Mara
You don't have to be interested in AOL, Time Warner or their merger to read this book! This is a classic tale in American history of what happens when everyone thinks they are the... Read morePublished on January 9, 2006 by Jeffrey Wright
I really liked this book. As a former participant of the crazy ways of carrying out business during the Internet hype, I think Nina Munk captured the essence of what drove so many... Read morePublished on November 5, 2004 by XAVIER PONCEDELEON
This is an article masquerading as a book. When the price drops to the price of a newsstand magazine, as the towering remainder pile suggests it will any day now, pick up a copy. Read morePublished on May 21, 2004
As a mathphobic whose knowledge of technology extends to "it's magic," I appreciate a writer who can tell a story about what happens when bad math meets revolutionary technology... Read morePublished on March 22, 2004 by B. A Varkentine