The Best Bosses Avoid The Pitfalls Of Power

Traditionally, chief executives of steel companies have lived like potentates. They've drawn big salaries and held court in plush offices inside vainglorious headquarters. But F. Kenneth Iverson, CEO of Nucor Corp., the nation's seventh-largest steelmaker, comes across more like a traveling salesman.

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