By Cecil Johnson, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Texas Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
May 17--TESTOSTERONE INC.: TALES OF CEOS GONE WILD
By Christopher M. Byron John Wiley & Sons, 402 pages $27.95
Welcome to the dark sides of Jack Welch, Albert "Chainsaw" Dunlap, Ron Perelman, Dennis Kozlowski and a supporting cast of dozens of corporate and Wall Street wheeler-dealers, sycophants, women scorned, trophy wives and gold-digging courtesans.
Christopher Byron, author of Testosterone Inc., also wrote Martha Inc., a best-selling page-turner that skewered Martha Stewart. After completing Byron's latest Inc. book, many readers of both are likely to conclude, in retrospect, that Byron was comparatively kind to Stewart.
Testosterone is not a warts-and-all book. It is nearly all warts.
Here is about the kindest thing Byron writes about Welch: "During his first several …