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Three Multi-Nationals Founded in the 19th Century still roaring today

1 month ago   |   By ABC Money

Navigating two World Wars and a continent under rapid change up until the new millennium, European multi-national companies have arguably had it harder to survive than their North American equivalents. Those that have persisted are defined by leadership that stayed ahead of the curve, seeking opportunities that few others have been so quick to capitalize on. But innovation can only go so far in success as a multi-national; people must see the brand's commitment to upholding the values they believe in.
As Henry Mintzburg said, “Corporations are social institutions. If they don't serve...
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