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Well, let's save the management question to our discussion.
It was a real shock because most of the people at the top
had known him for thirty years, twenty-five, thirty, forty, had been
browbeaten by him, occasionally congratulated, and made a lot of
money thanks to him. There was a strong emotional--the word letdown
isn't quite right but--depression.
Did the place feel different without him? A lot?
No, really it didn't.
But without him alive?
No. He really hadn't been there.
For a number of years?
He'd come by from time to time, but, you know, it all
Did you ever think of him later, when you were making a decision?
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