How a Board Game Captured the American Dream
Tetotum. Now there’s an interesting word. At first I thought “spinner” but it turns out more likely a multi-faced die. Here’s Wikipedia’s definition:
“A six-sided Chinese teetotum. A teetotum (or T-totum) is a form of spinning top most commonly used for gambling games. It has a polygonal body marked with letters or numbers, which indicate the result of each spin.   Usage goes back to (at least) ancient Greeks and Romans, with the popular put and take gambling version going back to ...”
What do hard work and honesty have to do with becoming the head of the firm?