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  • Albert J. Dunlap - Wikipedia

    Albert J. Dunlap; Born: Albert John Dunlap July 26, 1937 (age 79) Hoboken, New Jersey, U.S. Other names: Chainsaw Al (Nickname) Occupation: Retired Corporate Executive

  • Al Dunlap - Top 10 Worst Bosses - TIME,28804,2025898...

    On Oct. 16, America celebrated National Boss Day. In honor of this under-the-radar holiday, TIME takes a look at some of the nation's most egregiously bad chief execs

  • Al Dunlap - The Economist

    But Mr Dunlap has not spent his career as a chief executive—a career spanning seven companies over 15 years—trying to win popularity contests.

  • Al Dunlap Profiles | Facebook

    View the profiles of people named Al Dunlap. Join Facebook to connect with Al Dunlap and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share...

  • Al Dunlap - Slate Magazine

    Of all the stupid things the American Medical Association has done during its disastrous fling with commercialism, choosing Sunbeam CEO Al Dunlap as its business ...

  • Albert J. Dunlap - The New York Times

    News about Albert J. Dunlap. Commentary and archival information about Albert J. Dunlap from The New York Times.

  • Al Dunlap - Dunlap&item_type=topic

    Albert John Dunlap (born July 26, 1937 ) is a disgraced former corporate executive. He was best known as a turnaround specialist and professional downsizer , although ...

  • Memo to Al Dunlap: You’re Fired! - Knowledge@Wharton

    In 1994 Al Dunlap took over as chairman and chief executive officer of Scott Paper to the acclaim of all those who believed that what mattered most in company ...

  • "Chainsaw Al" Dunlap by Thomas LeBlanc on Prezi

    "Chainsaw Al" Dunlap "If you’re in business, you’re in business for one thing – to make money." "You’re not in business to be liked." "Where others see the ...

  • How Al Dunlap Self Destructed - Bloomberg

    How could a single businessman arouse such emotions? In little more than four years, Al Dunlap made more than $100 million, ran two well-known public ...

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