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David D'Alessandro

Where Gillette CEO went wrong

By David D'Alessandro
September 14, 2005

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THE BOSTON MEDIA nicknamed Gillette Chairman and CEO James M. Kilts ''King Kilts." Last week, Kilts described himself as ''Boston's Pinata." Both names are inaccurate. In a self-pitying and self-righteous speech to the Boston Chamber of Commerce, Kilts revealed his true indentity: the emperor who wore no clothes. (Full article: 636 words)

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