About the Book Titled “The Greatest Capitalist Who Ever Lived: Tom Watson Jr. and the Epic Story of How IBM Created the Digital Age”

From a Wall Street Journal review About the Book by Stephen Budiansky headlined “‘The Greatest Capitalist Who Ever Lived’ Review: Mr. IBM”:

Growing up the son of the highest-paid executive in America, who by the 1930s had made IBM a household name with its near-monopoly on punch-card tabulating equipment, Thomas Watson Jr. felt nothing but dread about his apparently inescapable destiny—taking over the family business.