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Don't Ever Let Them Make Your Read This Book Again


"Overall, a portfolio of the “good to great” companies [including big losers Fannie Mae and Circuit City] looks like it would have underperformed the S&P 500," writes the New York Times' Freakonomics blog (From Good to Great to Below Average).  "To the extent that [ongoing success] doesn’t actually turn out to be true, it calls into question the basic premise of these books, doesn’t it?


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Ouch, I've been applying those principles which explains why our scores plateaued this year. I guess next year I'll become an autocratic tyrant and get things back on track.


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