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Iacocca by Lee Iacocca The book Iacocca is an autobiography of Mr Lee Iacocca The first couple of sections of his book were about family Starting with his mother and father coming over from Italy and his childhood His father always taught him something that when he was going to do something that he had to be the best Which is to be believed where he got his strength in competition later in his business career Then after his parents came his wife and children whom he loved The next few sections were about his job and how it was changed through out the years Even when his job was still with the same company his position is that company changed many times in his career before he even traded companies Mr Iacocca had a very loving and understanding family as told in this book His parents were always a major part in his life even after he got married and they were a large part of his life up until their deaths His father was always interested in cars and so in a way Mr Iacocca grew up around cars and the knowledge of them His father taught him many valuable lessons about how to deal with himself and others which also may have helped him in his future career in the business world When he married his parents were proud but in a small way they were pushed to the side to make room for his new wife Mary After Mary and He were married they had some children These children became his pride and joy When this family grew they all grew together in turn and they also grew closer together This family was extremely close Even though the family was close his job did seem to have a slight impact on them When Mr Iacocca first started working for Ford he was a low ranking engineer fresh out of college
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