Carter Duryea

Carter Duryea

    In Good Company
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Character Analysis

(Avoiding Spoilers)

Overview… a business school prodigy who, at the fresh age of 26, is already getting paid the big bucks at Globecom, a media company. Carter hits a lucky streak when he’s placed as head of ad sales for Sports America magazine, though he didn’t expect to be replacing 51-year-old sales veteran Dan Foreman. It seems that Dan and Carter disagree on the basic principles of business – though the true cause for bloodlust comes from Carter’s interest in Dan’s college-age daughter, Alex.

Personality… intelligent and quick-witted, yet slightly sheepish underneath it all. When it comes down to it, Carter admits that, “I have no idea what I’m doing.” Despite his effortless use of corporate lingo like “synergy,” he is proving to lack the kind of human-to-human experience that Dan so prizes.


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