Venture Beyond with Trevor Loy

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courtenaybird:

Fifty years ago, the four most valuable U.S. companies employed an average of 430,000 people with an average market cap of $180 billion. This year, the four largest U.S. companies employ an average 120,000 people with an average market cap of $334 billion. The titans of 2011 have twice the the value of their 1964 counterparts with a quarter of the employees.

(via The Atlantic)

(via emergentfutures)

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    Evolving capital has value to the average employee; though I’m sure employers see it differently…
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    Shame on them.
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