Fortune magazine columnist Stanley Bing is the perfect
author to write a novel that captures the true essence of corporate
America in the late 1990s. Bing's YOU LOOK NICE TODAY portrays in
fine detail how zany and decadent the end of the era was as he
disguises his work around a sexual harassment lawsuit.
Stock options, exorbitant salaries, lavish expense accounts and
endless junkets are all a major part of this book. And of course,
no novel about corporate America in the late 1990s would be
complete without a token reference to Starbucks Coffee.
The novel is narrated in fine fashion throughout by Fredrick Tell,
the best friend of the story's main character, Robert Harbert.
These two men work side by side as high-profile executives at