Control Group

By The Editors
August 3, 2012 9:00 am
Control Group

Vertical integration — that’s how visionary companies excel. Just look at Carnegie Steel, which owned everything from mills to mines, or Apple, which manages everything from the thickness of the iPhone’s glass to how many malnourished Foxconn employees polish it.

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