I think this is true, if for no other reason than that larger companies have built in methods of preventing or addressing it. I do, however, think that there is a culture in the entertainment business that makes it proportionately greater. I also think that the culture of advancement in the entertainment business is different. Rudin is an uneducated man, and he is not alone in having a narrative that started as an intern, in the mail room, etc. I doubt you met anyone in the employment history you described who came up that way, but certainly it is not the norm. I think that changes the dynamic of how these young assistants came to work for Rudin and why they may think putting up with him is the way to advance.