When Growth Ends

In recent conversations this post of mine on when a company’s high-growth period ends keeps coming up. The idea that no U.S. company larger than $15-billion in revenues has ever been able to restart sustained double-digit growth internal growth runs so contrary to company actions and rhetoric that I still find it jaw-dropping.

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