Convincingly challenges critics of the global economy, such as Naomi Klein in No Logo 'An entertaining romp through the highs and lows of corporations' Time 'A highly readable history that manages to be both brief and magisterial' Washington Post 'An engaging read, full of thought-provoking cameos...this elegantly concise account of what the company has done for the world so far' Daily Telegraph 'The authors...write with assurance and wit and have many fascinating things to say about the past and future of the company' Financial Times 'John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge's marvellous and concise book...we journey through two centuries of fascinating sociological history' Wall Street Journal 'A lively and fast-paced history of the company' TLS .
John Micklethwait directs coverage of the United States for The Economist. He lives in London. Adrian Wooldridge works for The Economist in Washington, D.C. They are the co-authors of THE WITCH DOCTORS and A FUTURE PERFECT. Adrian Wooldridge works for The Economist in Washington, D.C. He is a co-author of THE WITCH DOCTORS and A FUTURE PERFECT.