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Ambani and Sons

Ambani and Sons

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Contributor(s) Hamish McDonald
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Overview: Ambani and Sons

Ambani & Sons is an unofficial biography written by Hamish McDonald, which outlines the life and times of Dhirubhai Ambani, the founder of Reliance Industries and his sons. From a very young age, Dhirubhai Ambani was a known risk-taker; he believed in going big and breaking even rather than slowly pacing the business. He dreamed of starting his own enterprise when he was working in Yemen and later started his own business in spices and textiles. After witnessing modest success, he started Reliance Industries in 1966, which went on to become one of the largest Fortune 500 companies in the world.

But the road to success was not easy for Ambani, and the author explains that in order to get a business up and working, one has to enter murky waters and join hands with goons and politicians alike to get the necessary nod. But Dhirubhai adapted with the situation and thrived nonetheless. He was named the Man of the 20th Century by the FICCI, and also won many accolades for his business ethics and exponential success. After Dhirubhai's death, the company's baton was passed on to two sons, Mukesh and Anil. But the brothers were at loggerheads over the company's ownership, eventually leading into a major split in the Reliance group.

Hamish McDonald is a renowned print journalist, who has also authored several books such as The Polyester Prince, Framed and A War of Words. The writer has extensively worked as a journalist in different Asian countries like India, China, Japan and Indonesia, and has also won Walkley Award twice. Ambani & Sons reflects the extensive research conducted by the author to uncover the facts behind the making of Reliance.

This paperback edition of Ambani & Sons comprises 250 pages and has been published in English by Roli books. Its ISBN 10 number is 8174368140 and its ISBN 13 number is 978-8174368140. So order the book online today and find out how one of the biggest corporations in India came to be.
Product Details
Language English
Publication Date December 31, 2010
Publisher Roli Books
Contributor(s) Hamish McDonald
Binding Paperback
Edition 2010
Page Count 408
ISBN 10 8174368140
ISBN 13 9788174368140
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 2.5 kg
Product Dimensions 14.5 cm x 2.7 cm x 21.6 cm
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