"Companies don’t grow forever. Even big and seemingly invincible ones contract, move or break up."
Virgin on Business
For Darren Berg, J’Amy Owens and the Mastros, visibility is highly overrated.
Partnering, pairing, associating. Whatever you want to call it, health care organizations will continue to merge.
Starbucks and Amazon/Whole Foods discover that mall operators prefer a low-performing store to a shuttered one.
Many high-flying companies couldn’t care less.
It’s impossible to pinpoint the moment at which the phrase “tech company” ceased to have meaning. It’s easy to detect that, wherever and whenever that point was, we’re well beyond it now.
The big story in American retailing in 2017 is not Amazon, although Amazon figures in the tale.
Data is king.
There’s a fight going on. Then again, when isn’t there one at the intersection of business and politics over the past woes, present condition and future prospects for American manufacturing?
Being disruptive used to be a bad thing. Society frowned on those who would disrupt a classroom, a meeting, the steady flow of traffic, someone’s sleep.
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