Taken For A Ride: How Daimler-benz Drove Off With Chrysler

Paperback | June 19, 2001

byBill Vlasic

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Here is the book that exposed the Daimler-Chrysler "merger of equals" as a bold German takeover of an industrial icon. Taken for a Ride reveals the shock waves felt around the world when Daimler-Benz bought Chrysler for $36 billion in 1998. In a gripping narrative, Bill Vlasic and Bradley A. Stertz go behind the scenes of the defining corporate drama of the decade -- and in a new epilogue chart its chaotic aftermath.

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Here is the book that exposed the Daimler-Chrysler "merger of equals" as a bold German takeover of an industrial icon. Taken for a Ride reveals the shock waves felt around the world when Daimler-Benz bought Chrysler for $36 billion in 1998. In a gripping narrative, Bill Vlasic and Bradley A. Stertz go behind the scenes of the defining ...

Here is the book that exposed the Daimler-Chrysler "merger of equals" as a bold German takeover of an industrial icon. Taken for a Ride reveals the shock waves felt around the world when Daimler-Benz bought Chrysler for $36 billion in 1998. In a gripping narrative, Bill Vlasic and Bradley A. Stertz go behind the scenes of the defining ...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:432 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.98 inPublished:June 19, 2001Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060934484

ISBN - 13:9780060934484

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"A book in the manner of Barbarians at the Gate -- a spellbinding tale, juicy gossip and all, of how business is really done among the world's top companies...full of fresh facts and insights on one of the most heavily covered business stories of the 1990's...it is as fun to read as it is informative." (The New York Times Book Review)