Sunday, August 12, 2007

Billionaires Who Admire Chingis Haan

Bancroft family-tay udtal zuvshiltsunii etsest Rupert Murdoch sayhan sanasandaa hurch editorial board-iin independence-iig buren duuren hangana gesen am uchigteygeer The Wall Street Journal-iig uuriin bolgov. Ene ni ch neg talaaraa unshigch bolon soningiin hoorond on udaan jil togtson itgeltseliig hadgalj WSJ-iin borluulaltad nuluuluhguy gedeg utgaaraa Murdoch-d ashigtay bolj taarah yum.

Yutay ch sonin garchiglah durtay humuust handaj helehed hervee bolomj oldvol Saturday bur hevlegddeg The Wall Street Journal Weekend Edition-g unshij baigaaray. Tuhain doloo honogiin weekday-uudeer zavguy, soningoo buren duuren unshij amjaaguy tohioldold ene edition-oos yurunhii toim-iig ni unshij boloh buguud minii huvid Page One-d nitlegddeg uls tur, ediin zasgiin tomoohon leader-uudtey hiisen yariltslaga buhii niitleliig ni husen huleedeg yum.

Ungurugch hoyor doloo honogiin dugaaruudiin enehuu buland ni udguu hurunguuruu delhiid tolgoi tsohij bui Mexico-giin Carlos Slim bolon Hyatadiin (Taiwan-ii) Terry Gou nariin talaarh niitlel daraalan hevlegdsen bailaa. Sonirholtoy ni enehuu hoyor avragad hoyuland ni negen adil tal baiv. Ter ni Chingis Haan-ii dain tulaanii tactic-iig uursdiin business-dee heregjuuleh yavdal:

Admirers say the hard-charging Mr. Slim, an insomniac who stays up late reading history and has a fondness for reading about Ghengis Khan and his deceptive military strategies, embodies Mexico's potential to become a Latin tiger.
The Secrets of the World's Richest Man

The founder's personality permeates the site and company. A charismatic man who inspires intense loyalty among his lieutenants, Mr. Gou runs Hon Hai with the power of a warlord. On his right wrist he wears a beaded bracelet he got from a temple dedicated to Genghis Khan, the 13th-century Mongolian conqueror whom he calls a personal hero.
The Forbidden City of Terry Gou

"Applying Chingis Khan's Military Strategy to Your Business" gedeg nom bichih hamtragch haij baina :P

1 comments:

Nick said...

really? nom bichih gej bgaam uu, or just a joke that was too advanced for me to grasp?
anyway, if you do write a book... notify me. I'll support you at least morally :)