Tough Choices: A Memoir

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Price
$15.00  $13.95
Publisher
Portfolio
Publish Date
Pages
352
Dimensions
5.58 X 8.38 X 0.95 inches | 0.74 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781591841814
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About the Author
Carly Fiorina was president and CEO of Hewlett-Packard from 1999 to 2005, and chairman from 2000 to 2005. Before joining HP, she spent nearly twenty years at AT&T and Lucent Technologies, where she held a number of senior leadership positions. She has a B.A. in medieval history and philosophy from Stanford University, an M.B.A. from the University of Maryland, and an M.S. in business from MIT's Sloan School.
Reviews
Fiorina wrote the book herself, without a ghostwriter, and its well-written.
"Forbes"
A very engaging readChapters dealing with her meteoric rise through Lucent are excellent.
"BusinessWeek"
Her prose is fluid and her voice is authentic. Ms. Fiorina has waited a long time to tell her story, and she does so memorably.
"The Wall Street Journal"
Ms. Fiorina is at her best when recounting the travails of a woman in a male-dominated business culture.The woman that emerges from these pages is cultured, sensitive, and vulnerable, even as she acts tough.
"The Economist"

aFiorina wrote the book herself, without a ghostwriter, and itas well-written.a
a"Forbes"
aA very engaging reada]Chapters dealing with her meteoric rise through Lucent are excellent.a
a"BusinessWeek"
Her prose is fluid and her voice is authentic. Ms. Fiorina has waited a long time to tell her story, and she does so memorably.
a"The Wall Street Journal"
aMs. Fiorina is at her best when recounting the travails of a woman in a male-dominated business culture.a]The woman that emerges from these pages is cultured, sensitive, and vulnerable, even as she acts tough.a
a"The Economist"

?Fiorina wrote the book herself, without a ghostwriter, and it's well-written.?
?"Forbes"

?A very engaging read?Chapters dealing with her meteoric rise through Lucent are excellent.?
?"BusinessWeek"

Her prose is fluid and her voice is authentic. Ms. Fiorina has waited a long time to tell her story, and she does so memorably.
?"The Wall Street Journal"

?Ms. Fiorina is at her best when recounting the travails of a woman in a male-dominated business culture.?The woman that emerges from these pages is cultured, sensitive, and vulnerable, even as she acts tough.?
?"The Economist"