Collins, Jim
August 2000
Inc.;Aug2000, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p48
States that being first in the business proves to be a sustainable advantage and usually proves to be a liability. Examples of companies that came in first in the market; Categories that guarantee sustainable advantage. INSET: FIRST, BUT NOT FOREMOST.


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