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5 companies that failed to innovate


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5 companies that failed to innovate

Innovation is key for business survival. Just because you’re a big name today, doesn’t mean you will be tomorrow.

Below, are five companies that felt that fate all too well. Including phone manufacturers social media behemoths, and search engines.

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Comments (1)

  • Janet
    Tue, 2 Jul 2019 2:41pm BST
    There are so many others. Circuit City lost to Best Buy that added the latest gadget immediately upon its introduction. Sears didn’t take on the best product lines. Barnes and Noble could have related their business to modern learning while still selling hard cover. You must be agile in today’s changing world or be left behind.