Does This Galvin Have The Right Stuff?
Even in the early days of his 50-year career at Motorola Inc., Robert W. Galvin rarely missed dinner with his wife and four children. If he couldn't get his work done during the day, he would still arrive at the family's white brick house in an upper-middle-class, mostly Catholic neighborhood in the Chicago suburb of Skokie in time for dinner. Afterward, he'd sit in his tan reading chair in the den and finish up.
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