Unemployed And Loving ItLaura Zinn
You're 54 years old, heading a $61 billion food and tobacco conglomerate, and it's been a dog of a year. Profits are wobbly, the stock is in the tank, and restive shareholders are urging you to break up the company. You'd like to oblige, but your predecessor, who still wields clout, fights the plan. The board sides with him. What do you do now?
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