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THE FUTURE 50

FEW THINGS ARE MORE FOOLISH THAN TRYING TO PREDICT THE FUTURE. The fracking boom and the social media explosion are but two recent examples of economy-shifting revolutions that largely took the world by surprise. The fate of individual companies is unknowable too. When Steve Jobs returned as CEO of Apple in 1997,

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