Why Do Some Companies Survive While Others Fail?

from the ask-a-stupid-question... dept

Here’s an article that tries to explain why some companies do very well, while other fails. It seems pretty simple after reading the article. To thrive, you just need to be the leader in your field. There, now isn’t that useful? Why hadn’t I thought of that one before?

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Ryan says:

Common sense

Most of the advice in this article is what most (all) bricks-and-mortar companies follow as their doctrines, with being a supplier and a leader topping the list. As Mike said, duh. But treating gross margin like it’s a new concept? Come on. It’s been used in (non-nasdaq) companies almost as long as economics has been around. Life isn’t always fair – it took the loss of billions to figure that out?

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