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Corporate venturing: How to survive and thrive in the 21st century

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Sixty-one. That is how many companies on the Fortune 500 list were able to hold their spots from 1955 to 2015.  A full 88% fell off during this 60-year period. What caused this corporate extinction?  Well, one way to think about this question is to look at those that held their place on this list. ...

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Sixty-one. That is how many companies on the Fortune 500 list were able to hold their spots from 1955 to 2015.  A full 88% fell off during this 60-year period. What caused this corporate extinction?  Well, one way to think about this question is to look at those that held their place on this list. […]
Elizabeth Boggs Davidsen
Elizabeth Boggs Davidsen heads the Knowledge Economy Unit at the Multilateral Investment Fund of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). With over two decades of development finance expertise, she cultivates the driving forces of the new economy – technology, innovation and entrepreneurship – in order to promote inclusive growth and job creation in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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