Flip-Flop

Mar 01, 1996
<p>Case in point</p>
Case One: You run a big conglomerate that isn't doing as well as it once did, partly because it seems to have lost its touch, partly because conglomerates are out of fashion - again. So you decide to split the group into its constituent parts. After all, that's

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