The Making Of A Corporate Tough GuyBy
During Albert J. Dunlap's days at West Point, his boxing coach scored cadets on how much leather they threw and how much blood they lost. Dunlap punched up a storm and rarely bled. "He was aggressive and tough to hit," recalls Philip A. Tripician, who roomed with Dunlap. "He fought out of a crouch. And when he hit you, he stung you."
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