Monkey Business: Swinging Through the Wall Street Jungle - Push the Button Summary & Analysis

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Push the Button Summary and Analysis

The trip to the printer is a critical one and takes priority over all else than an associate may be assigned. Prospectuses always go to the printer rather than the copy center because they must look thoroughly professional. Excess is again the mode of operation. Far more copies are printed than necessary, and the colors must be the brightest. The associate who accompanies the proofs to the printer spends a lengthy amount of time. First, representatives from all involved parties are there, still revising, as the final draft is developed. The associate must wait, and during that wait, he drinks a lot of beer, orders expensive food, and watches his favorite television programs, checking font, underlinings, and italics. It is true "down" time for the associate, who loves going to the printer. The final revision is eventually...

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