We admire start-ups but resent big-corporations (unless they’re ). We idolize entrepreneurs, we’re wary of businessmen, and we vilify CEOs. Do we love business – or hate it? This depends a lot on what you mean by “business.” There are at least two competing narratives – the story of business as what you might call [...] Read More...
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Feb 17 2012, 01:53 AM
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