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Paul Healy finds that corruption may not be as lucrativeor as unavoidableas it may seem.
While the Internet's first wave of disruption was marked by the unbundling of digital content, the second wave, decoupling, promises to generate more casualties in an even broader array of industries. Research by Thales S. Teixeira and Peter Jamieson.
Asli M. Coplan and Geoffrey Jones report on the emergence and growth of diversified business groups in Turkey that played a critical role in the creation of modern industries and remain dominant in the economy.
Forget Big Tobacco--is the era of "Big Marijuana" that far off? As Harvard Business School marketing professor John A. Quelch reports, the Mile High City is taking on new meaning as a laboratory for the marketing of marijuana in Colorado--and across the country.
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