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Citizen Dick

2 Ratings: 3.0
A book by Richard Arneson

Creative accounting. Mismanagement. Vanishing 401Ks. Insider trading. Misplaced power. Neuroses. Bloody clown suits. Meatloaf costumes. Self-administered prison tattoos. You guessed it -- Corporate America.And in 1989, nobody better exemplified those … see full wiki

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Author: Richard Arneson
Publisher: PeyBro Books, LLC
2 reviews about Citizen Dick
review by . June 06, 2010
Richard Arneson picks apart the numerous stereotypes of corporate America in his humorous novel, "Citizen Dick." I have to admit that this book was an unlikely choice for me, as I prefer science fiction and adventure books, with the occasional mystery or horror thrown in as well. However, I was given the opportunity to check this book out and decided to give it a whirl.    What I found was that Arneson knows the eccentric workers of the corporate world and isn't afraid to reveal …
review by . March 29, 2010
Arneson, Richard. "Citizen Dick", PeyBro Books, 2010.    A New Look at Corporate America    Amos Lassen    In 1989, CommGlobalTelevista was the best example of what we call corporate America. It was a telecommunications giant that provided its customers with what they did not need or even want with a CEO like no other, Dick Citizen. Citizen is 25 years old, has no ambition and is good at golf. He accidentally fell into corporate America …
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