Friday, July 22, 2011


Book Mark
The New Capitalist Manifesto
Umair Haque

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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