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When the Machine Stopped: A Cautionary Tale from Industrial America

by Max Holland

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From the careful craftsmanship of machine tools to the ingenious crafting of a leveraged buy-out and the inticacies of a bitter trade dispute, the author tells the life-and-death story of a machine company called Burgmaster. Named one of the 10 best business books of 1989 by "Business Week", this provides a wealth of information about innovation, foreign and domestic competition, employee relations, leveraged buy-outs and much more.

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