THE STORY OF PITNEY-BOWES by William Cahn

THE STORY OF PITNEY-BOWES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

There are too few good biographies in the field of business enterprise and yet this should be one of the important kinds of reading for teen agers seeking channels of vocational and career interest. Here is a lively book which makes good reading of the story of Walter Bowes and Arthur Pitney who played their part in the revolution in office practices that resulted from the adoption of labor-saving machines and increased efficiency. This is not only the personal story of these two ambitious men, but it is the history of a business enterprise and its goods and services as well as the men who made it run.

Pub Date: Dec. 7th, 1960
Publisher: Harper