Enterprise History Through the eyes of the company Maverick The recession in the housing market, which led to my sudden unemployment, created the perfect opportunity to start another random career, this time in the car rental business, with a company called "Executive Leasing." I stuck around for twenty-six years, while becoming one of its highest paid, and probably, most irreverent executives. The company would change its name to Enterprise Rent-a-Car, and I would be embarking on a career that would pay me more money than I ever dreamed possible, in a business I truly loved. At the peak of my career, I was raking in close to four million dollars a year while overseeing one of the company's most profitable and fun-loving operations... In Life Under the Corporate Microscope, Larry Underwood, a former high-level executive with Enterprise Rent-a-Car, chronicles the remarkable transformation of a company that grew from a small leasing operation to become the largest and most profitable car rental company in the world.