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2011
May
4
 
 
At a time when tens of millions of Americans are out of work and countless others clutch their jobs in white-knuckled insecurity, must Charles Darwin script every reality show? So it seems. The same ruthless culling-from-the-herd that now gives us our pop singers, our weight losers, our island survivors, clothes designers and homemaker entrepreneurs will now produce a restaurateur...
 
 
 
  
 
 
2011
Jan
20
 
 
As the U.S. economy limps along and, intones the somber narrator of Undercover Boss on CBS, "public distrust of wealthy CEOs remains high, more and more bosses are looking for radical ways to reconnect with their workforce." This reality show's answer each week is to dress up the "boss of a major corporation" as an entry-level worker, and send him or her incognito to see what it's REALLY like out there...
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 

David Sicilia

David Sicilia is a business historian and commentator at the University of Maryland, where he tries to convince business students that history matters and history students that business matters (newest course: MoneyLand: Business in American Culture). He's written books about Alan Greenspan's image, American entrepreneurs, and the evolution of the U.S. corporation, among other things. He has been a talking head, with body attached, on NPR, CNBC, CNN Financial News, Bloomberg Financial Television, DR-1 Danish Public Television, and NHK Television Japan.
 
 
 
 

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