Grinding It Out - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary and Analysis

Ray lost a lot of friends traveling to the top. One he never thought he would lose was Harry. They had one final confrontation, and Harry resigned. Harry was falling ill all the time and he could not endure the constant traveling. Another reason was the division of loyalties into Ray's and Harry's people. Harry's conservatism towards real estate, and the original disagreements about where and how the company should go finally caught up to everyone. Some people believed that Harry leaving McDonald's would be detrimental to the corporation, especially since he was the genius behind finance. But things kept going like a well-oiled machine. Harry was to be paid $100,000 a year and he had a lot of stock in the company, but he was so sure that McDonald's would die without him that he sold his stock. It was a...

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