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The Charlton Story book report BY: Erik Gonzalez
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The Charlton story was written about Earle Charleston for numerous reasons. Reasons such as his son being one of the authors of the book and Earle being one of the most famous entrepreneurs associated with the business world. Earle was also one of the five founders of the F.W. Woolworth Company, a company that was the corner stone of other companies lie K-mart, Walmart, and McDonalds. He also had many traits and characteristics that made him famous. Earle Charlton had a very admirable and trust worthy personality. He had a high level of intrigity, and because of these traits he was known in his hometown as one of the most trustworthy citizens. “His partners trusted him, his employers trusted his demonstrable concern for them, his community acknowledged his desire to use his wealth to soften the harshness of existence…” (Charlton 2, Winius-xvi). All these characteristic along with his unique business selling proposition, which was setting the stores merchandise customers in a more convenient fashion; helped lead to his very Earle was very persuasive . He had to be “considering all the business decisions
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course MIS 101 taught by Professor Godwin during the Fall '08 term at UMass Dartmouth.

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