Friday, July 22, 2011

Better-is-better

Book Mark
The New Capitalist Manifesto
Umair Haque
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Shift ‘from goods to betters'

In the twentieth century, worse was often better, writes Umair Haque in The New Capitalist Manifesto: Building a disruptively better business. “What was better for the bottom line was — perhaps not immediately, absolutely, or deliberately, but often, ultimately, and sometimes unwittingly — worse for people, communities, and society,” he explains.

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