Sony: The Private Life by John Nathan


ISBN
9780006530916
Published
Binding
Paperback
Pages
368

Drawing on his unmatched expertise in Japanese culture and his unique, unlimited access to Sony's inner sanctum, John Nathan pulls the veil from one of the world's most successful and secretive corporations.

He uncovers persuasive evidence that Sony's biggest triumphs, from colour TV to CDs, and most calamitous failures, like the Betamax debacle and the vexed takeover of Columbia Pictures, stem from a web of intense relationships that have always characterised its top ranks. He etches incisive portraits of the company's famously enigmatic co-founder, Akio Morita; it's patrician autocratic CEO, Norio Ohga; and its edgy new leader, Nobuyuki Idei.

With authority and wit, Nathan dispels the myths that surround Sony and crafts an unparalleled corporate drama.
19.95

This product is unable to be ordered online. Please check in-store availability.


Enter your Postcode or Suburb to view availability and delivery times.

You might also like

The 50th Law
26.99
26.99
_% Off
Negotiating Secrets
12.99
6.99
46% Off
Presentations Secrets
12.99
6.99
46% Off
The First 90 Days
49.99
49.99
_% Off

RRP refers to the Recommended Retail Price as set out by the original publisher at time of release.
The RRP set by overseas publishers may vary to those set by local publishers due to exchange rates and shipping costs.
Due to our competitive pricing, we may have not sold all products at their original RRP.